Hungarian IVD association re-elects Ferenc Péterfy president
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
Ferenc Péterfy has been re-elected president of the Hungarian In Vitro Diagnostics Association. The reappointment takes effect in January 2011 and is for a three-year term. Dr Péterfy is also the president of Budapest-based Diagnosticum, which focuses on laboratory diagnostics, reagents and services.
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