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Mahosot Hospital has reopened its microbiology laboratory aiming to increase the more rapid and accurate diagnosis and treatment of its patients.

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The original microbiology laboratory finished construction in 1920 and was then extended in 2011. The latest renovations to the laboratory’s building were started on September 5, 2016 and finally finished on March 17, 2017 with construction, medical equipment and additional support being supplied by the Wellcome Trust.

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