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Medical and Public Health Laboratories are essential sources of health information used to identify priority health issues, inform health policy formulation and interventionary strategies; influence epidemiological decisions and guide laboratory management decision-making and operations. Building on activities conducted during the previous EU-funded medical laboratory strengthening Project (SMLS), implemented by the Caribbean Epidemiology Centre (CAREC 2002-2007),

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Medical and Public Health Laboratories are essential sources of health information used to identify priority health issues, inform health policy formulation and interventionary strategies; influence epidemiological decisions and guide laboratory management decision-making and operations. Building on activities conducted during the previous EU-funded medical laboratory strengthening Project (SMLS), implemented by the Caribbean Epidemiology Centre (CAREC 2002-2007),

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Medical and Public Health Laboratories are essential sources of health information used to identify priority health issues, inform health policy formulation and interventionary strategies; influence epidemiological decisions and guide laboratory management decision-making and operations. Building on activities conducted during the previous EU-funded medical laboratory strengthening Project (SMLS), implemented by the Caribbean Epidemiology Centre (CAREC 2002-2007),

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Medical and Public Health Laboratories are essential sources of health information used to identify priority health issues, inform health policy formulation and interventionary strategies; influence epidemiological decisions and guide laboratory management decision-making and operations. Building on activities conducted during the previous EU-funded medical laboratory strengthening Project (SMLS), implemented by the Caribbean Epidemiology Centre (CAREC 2002-2007),

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