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This is my first comment but I feel like I should have been making loads of comments now because I always like your stuff. Maybe comments are for more hit and miss blogs than your own. When you maintain a consistent level of high quality output I reckon people are less inclined to comment because they have come to expect it from you. Just a theory.

Jack Shaw

There are a fair number of examples of this type of network, often centered around a core lab, in large systems. And, there are also examples of regional networks (such as JVHL) that can expand the market share, data sharing and clinical expertise of system-centered lab networks.

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