I am currently cycling with Genea and if unsuccessful again this month am heading to RPA in Feb due to lack of endless funds!Has anyone made this transistion and wondering if it was easy test result wise etc to make the switch?
Also and most importantly is RPA of a similar standard??
Thanks for taking the time to read this query-new to Sydney so any info is useful!
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11-01-2012 21:50 #1Junior Member
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Transferring from Genea to RPA
12-01-2012 13:32 #2Senior Member
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- Jun 2011
Rpa uses Genea labs and their technology, everything else is like a public hospital. From my experience it is easier at Genea. Everything is at one spot, you don't have to buy your own drugs etc., but the cost is exuberant . Same success rates as Genea
Good luck, maybe this month is lucky for you
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