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Omics Group Organises A Blood Disorder Pre-conference Workshop

omics groupOpportunities in Life comes but once. Use this double barreled opportunity to attend the Blood Disorder Pre-conference workshop in the City of Abuja in May and be in London from 18-20th of August for the Main Conference. Your attendance to Abuja is your ticket to get a UK visa to enable you to be in the great city of London for the main conference in August at a discounted rate.
>>Abuja May 10 to 13th and London August 18-20th.
Note: 3 Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN) CPD Credit Units are also available free of charge!!!
The conference is being organized by Sub-Saharan Conferences Nigeria and OMICS International Conferences USA in Collaboration with BD Pre-Analytical System, Ghana, DCL Laboratories Nigeria, Sysmex Nigeria, Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria and University of Abuja.
Theme: Medical Laboratory in the Diagnosis and Management of Blood Disorders in Nigeria
Date: Tuesday 10th to Friday 13th May, 2016
Venue: Nubunga Hall Vines Hotel 1104 Mohammed N. Umar Lane Along Living Faith Church Road Durumi Abuja, Nigeria.
Abstract Submission:
Targeted Participants: Laboratory Scientist, Clinicians, Pharmacist, Nurses, Radiographers, Physiotherapist, other Healthcare Workers, Health Administrators, Patient Advocacy Groups and Students.
Register and submit your abstract today!!!

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