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Precision medicine

Diagnostics Screening and monitoring

Research Review

| Michael Schubert

What’s new in the world of pathology and laboratory medicine? We offer a rapid roundup of recent research

Diagnostics Analytical science

Breath Testing for Early Diagnosis

| Jonathan Lawson

Exhaled particles are of greater interest than ever – so how can we turn them to our advantage for disease diagnosis?

Subspecialties Oncology

Precision Oncology Genomic Profiling: In-House or Centralized?

| Sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific

Panel discussion highlights the benefits of keeping it close

Diagnostics Omics

A Tipping Point for Comprehensive Genomic Profiling in Cancer

| Cindy Perettie

Precision medicine is key to every aspect of modern oncology – and comprehensive genomic profiling can help

Inside the Lab Technology and innovation

A New Dawn for Comprehensive Genomic Profiling with TruSight™ Oncology 500

| Sponsored by Illumina

Results from early access trials demonstrate the reproducibility and reliability of a pan-cancer next-generation sequencing assay

Inside the Lab Precision medicine

Prognostic Tumor Gene Test for Ovarian Cancer

| Olivia Gaskill

A tumor gene test has been developed that may predict poor survival in patients with ovarian cancer

Inside the Lab Precision medicine

Spatial Biomarkers and Immunotherapy Response

| Cliff Hoyt

To improve immunotherapy outcomes, we need to explore new biomarkers that offer spatial resolution in the tumor microenvironment

Inside the Lab Precision medicine

Think of the Children

| Luke Turner

Two experts in childhood cancers give their take on the intricacies of pediatric laboratory medicine and where they think the field will go next

Inside the Lab Precision medicine

Precision Oncology Flourishes In-House

| Tanya Ahmad

As the UK heads toward test centralization, medical oncologist Tanya Ahmad explains why in-house testing shouldn’t be left behind

Diagnostics Digital and computational pathology

Capturing Cancer Through CTCs

| Michael Schubert

A new algorithm may help identify rare circulating tumor cells to improve liquid biopsy


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