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  • Free £200 OAT test in February with Great Plains Laboratories, deadline closing soon.
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    Justin Price

Free £200 OAT test in February with Great Plains Laboratories, deadline closing soon.

Get a free £200 OAT test and save an additional £750.00 now with our impending Great Plains conference: Identifying and resolving metabolic dysfunction and environmental toxicity, being hosted in partnership with The Great Plains Laboratory is rapidly hitting capacity.

Why?

Because attendees are now getting

  • One Free OAT test
  • 25% off any Great Plains Test in February 
  • Breakfast , Lunch and Snacks
  • Any amazing line up of Leading Educators
  • CPD 10 hours applied for
  • Good Bag 
  • Exciting Sponsor List
  • Save £39 in January Sale only £199 ( Down from £238)
5 Great Plains tests for every conference attendee, meaning you could save up to a phenomenal £718.00 (T&C's apply)!

Book now at £199 and save £39 (valid until 23rd Jan 22). You also have the option to spread payment over six easy, interest-free payments.
 
To learn more about the conference, or book, click here.
 
T & Cs
  • You must attend the event to qualify for this offer
  • Attendees will receive the discount code at the conference.
  • The code is valid for 5 uses per person
  • Valid on GPL tests only ordered and paid for during February 2023.
  • The discount is valid off Regenerus Labs trade price.
  • Valid on all GPL orders placed through the Regenerus Labs Practitioners Portal.
  • Refunds are not acceptable on discounted tests.
  • The interest-free payment option is provided by Clear Pay, applicants must possess a UK residence and a UK bank account.
  • Post author
    Justin Price