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Posted by : 123sunny singh, January 22, 2010
While the health care industry has welcomed the corporatisation of diagnostic laboratories, serious questions persist on the quality of service many of these small as well as big players offer and the rates they charge. PATHOLOGICAL tests were in recent decades virtually the preserve of corner-store pathologists. Today they are big business, with more than 25,000 clinical laboratories carrying out around 11 lakh tests daily. These range from routine examinations of blood sugar and cholesterol levels to complicated hormonal assays and immunological investigations. A number of pharmaceutical majors, home-grown laboratory chains and foreign players have set up shop around the country in the last five years for a slice of the Indian pathological pie
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Posted by : sachan, February 8, 2010Country - India
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