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As an independent, charitable, professional organisation concerned with the quality of clinical laboratory investigations, UK NEQAS is happy to co-operate and collaborate with sister organisations and societies in laboratory medicine and related fields. Links from this site may therefore be made to appropriate bodies. The UK NEQAS Office will endeavour to email the opposite number when a link is made.
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Use of contact details for any other purpose without permission will be actively opposed.
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