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finnandcork
25-11-2013, 08:20
Thats it. Can a person go anywhere? Or, are there certain clinics that do this?Can I do it in Lithuania?

finnandcork
25-11-2013, 08:38
Ok, wife is at work, mother in law too....my Russian is bad, I can read some, speak my way around magazines, metro, understand signs...but not the In Vitro website for the closest clinic. Can someone read this and let me know where this , in relation to 24 cherchesky blvd, yuzhnoe butovo?what time they open? how much it charges?
Thanks in advance.

finnandcork
25-11-2013, 08:39
http://www.invitro.ru/offices/moscow/clinic.php?ID=7803

okiey
25-11-2013, 10:18
Its better to talk to your HR, because the rules continously change and every company does it differently, depending on how well HR are connected.

Hans.KK
25-11-2013, 11:05
url]http://www.invitro.ru/offices/moscow/clinic.php?ID=7803[/url]This one? http://www.invitro.ru/analizes/for-doctors/moscow/141/2267/ Print out the page and bring it to them, then they should be able to understand what you want.
Be aware about the (max) time it can take to get the final answer in worst case.

I think you can do the test in Lithuania too, but the waiting for the result may be an issue for you.
For some reason I think I would take the test in Lithuania, in case of any failure in the test (the result or what ever can happen) in Russia the action the lab. is forced to take due to the law may create more problems that one need.
I you choose to do the test in Lithuania your chances to redo the test without to much noise in greater.

FatAndy
25-11-2013, 13:13
Not only INVITRO does it.
There are also a couple of other blood-analysis (as same as other biomaterials) companies in Moscow:
http://www.gemotest.ru/address/select/maps.php

http://www.cmd-online.ru/contact/address/

finnandcork
25-11-2013, 13:45
This one? http://www.invitro.ru/analizes/for-doctors/moscow/141/2267/ Print out the page and bring it to them, then they should be able to understand what you want.
Be aware about the (max) time it can take to get the final answer in worst case.

I think you can do the test in Lithuania too, but the waiting for the result may be an issue for you.
For some reason I think I would take the test in Lithuania, in case of any failure in the test (the result or what ever can happen) in Russia the action the lab. is forced to take due to the law may create more problems that one need.
I you choose to do the test in Lithuania your chances to redo the test without to much noise in greater.
Thanks, I have an office next to me, well 3.5 kms away and for 11 bucks , its a deal....

robertmf
26-11-2013, 07:09
Thanks, I have an office next to me, well 3.5 kms away and for 11 bucks , its a deal....

Don't forget the leprosy test, too :punk: