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Regular Members are individuals interested in the educational, medical, scientific, economic, and/or regulatory aspects of molecular diagnostics, including but not limited to pathologists, clinical laboratory scientists, technologists, clinicians and other health care personnel, government employees, especially those involved in regulation of the field, and professionals in the in vitro diagnostics industry. Regular members are eligible to vote, to hold elected office, and to serve on AMP committees.
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