This website (the “Site”) aims to provide you with key information about The Doctors Laboratory Limited providing pathology services in the UK and internationally.
The provision of information on the Site is subject to your agreement of these terms and conditions. By accessing or using the Site, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions. The Doctors Laboratory Limited reserves the right at any time to change these terms and conditions. Any changes will be effective immediately upon posting of the changed terms and conditions on the Site. Please revisit these terms and conditions from time to time to check for changes.
The contents of these pages are © The Doctors Laboratory Limited 2010. Reproduction is only permitted in accordance with the licence terms below.
Any requests to reproduce materials outside the scope of this licence should be addressed to tdl [at] tdlpathology [dot] com.
The Site was created for The Doctors Laboratory Limited by Thin Air Productions Ltd. Tel: +44 (0)20 8427 9857.
Disclaimer of Content
The Site provides key information about The Doctors Laboratory and the products and services offered by it.
The information on the Site is intended solely for information and it is not intended to constitute medical advice and readers should not rely on it as such. You should not use the information on the Site to replace the relationship with your Doctor or other healthcare personnel. Nothing contained on the Site is intended to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment.
While The Doctors Laboratory attempts to keep all the information on the Site up-to-date, the Site should not be considered error-free or as a comprehensive source of information on a particular topic. The Doctors Laboratory makes no warranties or representations as to the accuracy of the content of the Site, and assumes no responsibility for any consequences relating directly or indirectly from any action or inaction you take based on the information on the Site.
Linking to our site
All material contained on the Site is protected by copyright laws, documented in our disclaimer.
The Doctors Laboratory encourages and permits links to its website, and it is not necessary to request permission to make any such links. However, we do reserve the right to request the removal of any link.
A link to The Doctors Laboratory website must not be used to imply endorsement of your website, related products or services, or for any other commercial purposes. Your site must not conflict with the aims of The Doctors Laboratory.
The Doctors Laboratory logo may not be used without prior permission, which may be requested by emailing tdl [at] tdlpathology [dot] com.
If you require a descriptive text about The Doctors Laboratory to use on your site, you may use the following: ‘The Doctors Laboratory – The UK’s largest independent pathology laboratory.’
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Links to other sites
The Site may include links to external sites. We only link to sites that we believe provide useful information which will be of interest to our users. The Doctors Laboratory has no control over any such sites; and is not responsible or liable for the content, operators, availability, accuracy, quality, advertising, products, services or other materials on or available from such sites. The Doctors Laboratory does not endorse, recommend or accept any responsibility for such third party websites.
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The Doctors Laboratory Limited is registered in England under Company No. 02201998 at 60 Whitfield Street London W1T 4EU.
Tel: 020 7307 7373
Website contact: webmaster [at] tdlpathology [dot] com