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By Paul McBeth Feb. 2 (BusinessDesk) - Abano Healthcare, the specialist medical investment firm, has quit its bid for pathology work across the lower North Island, saying the terms of the contract on offer weren't workable, and is reviewing the cost the loss of that work will have on its business. The company's Aotea Pathology unit withdrew from the tender to provide pathology services to the Capital & Coast, Hutt Valley and Wairarapa district health boards after Abano decided the current form of the contract wasn't in its interests, it s...
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