Spain legislates for rising diagnostic trade
This article was originally published in Clinica
Spain has passed a law that specifically regulates the "process of importing and exporting biological samples for use in diagnostics and research". The move addresses the significant and ongoing growth in, among other things, pathology testing services performed for clients in other countries, says the government.
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