Spain ensures laboratories are up to EU standards:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Each of the Spanish regions are to bring their testing laboratories up to EU standards, as part of a package of measures aimed at improving the facilities and activities involved in tackling emerging and re-emerging diseases. The government last week backed the campaign with a package of subsidies totalling over E2.4m ($2.4m). Under the prevention and healthcare promotion campaign, each of the Spanish regions (except the Basque Country and Navarra) will receive between E435,500, in the case of Andalucia, and E16,000, in the case of the north African enclave of Melilla.
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