New diagnostic tests available in Germany - but why the long wait? asks VDGH's Schulze
This article was originally published in Clinica
The German diagnostics industry association (VDGH) has two reasons to celebrate at present: not only has it reached its 30th anniversary this year, but also six new tests have been admitted for reimbursement, it reports. These are the first new lab test entries in the reimbursable products catalogue for five years.
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