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Medical laboratory assistants play a key role in quality control and the prevention of laboratory errors
Marilyn Bui discusses the evolution of digital pathology, its promise for the future, and her experiences transitioning to digital
The managing director of South West London Pathology discusses the past five years and why the service is making significant investments in technology
After his research group recently found fully cell-free mitochondria in circulating blood, we speak to Alain Thierry to find out more
Human germline genome editing could prevent heritable genetic disorders from being passed on – but where do we currently stand?
A new algorithm finds that a quality control process to remove nonsense mutations in our immune system could be having an undesired effect
Gene R. Shaw
How can clinical pathologists and clinical PhDs effectively collaborate with colleagues who interact directly with patients to improve overall care?
Leading industry innovators showcase their newest and most advanced solutions for pathology and laboratory medicine
The inventors of new diagnostic technologies discuss their innovations and how they can move laboratory medicine forward
Pathologists’ assistants Cory Nash and Jesse McCoy unpick the AAPA’s Grossing Guidelines and provide an insight into the gross examination of tissue
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