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Top Five Reasons for Research Organizations to Adopt Digital Pathology

Why Go Digital?

Modern research organizations face many and varied challenges. Demand for complex assay development, particularly multiplex, is increasing1. The cost of research is rising, with an average R&D cost of $2.6B for each new drug successfully brought to market2, while return on investment decreases3. There is an increasing trend towards outsourcing of research activities, and a growing number of industrial-academic partnerships working across borders. Digital pathology can help to address these challenges, through automation, quantitation, and remote networking.

Here are our top five reasons that you should consider adopting digital pathology for your organization:

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