Pacific Edge Achieves ISO Accreditation | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) –New Zealand cancer diagnostics firm Pacific Edge today said that its Dunedin-based laboratory has received ISO 15189:2012 accreditation, expanding its international business opportunities. 

The accreditation was carried out by International Accreditation New Zealand. The accreditation is a "formal recognition" of technical competence, and the process includes an annual on-site evaluation of the company's quality management system and competency in staff, methods and equipment, testing, and quality control, Pacific Edge said.

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