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Ahead of the upcoming Medlab Middle East, the MENA region’s largest medical laboratory event, experts are highlighting the need for more advanced clinical research to aid the early recognition and prevention of inherited metabolic disorders in the Arab world.

Rising government support for the healthcare sector and increasing healthcare expenditure a major driver for growth in the region’s clinical laboratory sector Clinical laboratory services in the MEA region to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.8% until 2023 Medlab Middle East 2019 witnessed a 6% YoY increase with over 25,661 attendees

This workflow is part of a research collaboration with Amerispec Diagnostics, a Dubai-based reference laboratory focused on offering cutting-edge technologies based on mass spectrometry to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the Middle East. 

With genetics and genes responsible for a person’s day-to-day state of health and predisposition to develop disease, the ability to take genomics from the laboratory bench in hi-tech labs literally to the patient’s bedside will play a very important role in the future of the health of patients across the UAE.

Spanning over six exhibition halls, the show accommodates more than 700 international exhibitors, over 400 ground breaking medical laboratory products and services, 11 CME-accredited conferences and welcomes over 30,000 laboratory and trade professionals.