Public Health Laboratory Service


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Public Health Laboratory Service

A department of the National Health Service consisting of over 50 laboratories in Britain that provide all necessary facilities for diagnosis and testing in cases of suspected infectious disease.
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We also thank Public Health Laboratory Service, United Kingdom, for kindly providing the typing phages and the scheme.
A spokeswoman for the Public Health Laboratory Service later added: ``The behaviour of this illness appears to be that of a naturally-occurring outbreak.
Official figures from the Public Health Laboratory Service (PHLS) show there were 3,029 reports of the Norwalk virus during the first 10 months of 2002.
The Public Health Laboratory Service said there were 3029 reports of the bug in England and Wales during the first 10 months of last year - compared with 1604 in 2001.
However the stats from the Public Health Laboratory Service reveal that the trend for Wales continues downwards.
The Public Health Laboratory Service (PHLS) monitors the number of cases of the disease as well as the uptake of vaccination, but has not released the identity of the sole successful region.
Researchers at the Public Health Laboratory Service in London say it is estimated that the campaign will prevent 7,880 cases and 845 deaths.
The figures, published by the Public Health Laboratory Service, paint a grim picture of Aids tightening its grip across the developed world, despite concerted efforts by the Government to halt the spread of the incurable virus.
Health officials at the Public Health Laboratory Service located the clinic after GPs reported that the first eight victims had been receiving acupuncture there.
It was organised jointly by the RA and the Public Health Laboratory Service.
As a lecturer at Leeds University he founded a regional Reference Laboratory for Medical Mycology in 1982 which formed the core of what subsequently became the Public Health Laboratory Service Mycology Reference Laboratory and he started the Leeds Mycology course which became 'a must' for anyone interested in the field, including international mycology students.
Official figures from the Public Health Laboratory Service show that there were 3,029 reports during the first 10 months of 2002.

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