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Omega Diagnostics: hear bosses explain strategy and Q&A

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Shares in Omega Diagnostics have rallied again today following this week's annual results. Watch bosses present the numbers and answer questions.

Omega Diagnostics (LSE:ODX) chief executive Colin King and finance boss Kieron Harbinson present their annual results and answer a range of investor questions. The event, held on the 13 July, is brought to you by our friends at Investor Meet Company.

Highlights:

Q&A    52.22

About the company    

Omega Diagnostics Group PLC provides in-vitro diagnostics (IVD) products for use in hospitals, blood banks, clinics and laboratories and specializes in the areas of allergy and autoimmune, food intolerance and infectious diseases. It has three segments: the Allergy and autoimmune division specialise in the research, development, production, and marketing of in-vitro allergy and autoimmune tests used by doctors to diagnose patients with allergies and autoimmune diseases; the Food intolerance division specialises in the research, development, and production of kits to aid the detection of immune reactions to food; and the Infectious disease division specialises in the research, development, production, and marketing of kits to aid the diagnosis of infectious diseases. 

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