Welcome to our annual celebration of the great and inspirational minds that underpin the medical laboratory. For 2021, we present some of the most inspirational pathologists and laboratory medicine professionals in six different categories...
New guidelines for CYPC29 genotyping ensure that the correct alleles are tested and patients are prescribed the correct doses of common drugs
Pathology’s great strides forward in artificial intelligence and machine learning will bring us to the forefront of personalized medicine
David R. Hout
Triple-negative breast cancer is not a single entity, and understanding each patient’s molecular subtype can influence treatment and outcomes
by Thermo Fisher Scientific
The move to in-house next-generation sequencing has resulted in time and tissue savings, and improved collaboration across cancer care specialties
From a new material for lung cancer diagnosis to real-time robotics for monitoring reproductive hormones, discover our latest bite-sized breakthroughs
Neurological disorders can be invasive and time-consuming to diagnose, but profiling cytokines in the cerebrospinal fluid can lessen that burden
Jane Armes discusses the value of molecular subtyping and targeted therapies in triple-negative breast cancer
Liquid biopsy has shown promise as a rapid, minimally invasive way to profile tumors – but are commercially available tests accurate and consistent?
Variants in the FUT2 gene may increase susceptibility to otitis media by altering the microbiome of the middle ear
The use of saliva as a diagnostic fluid seems an attractive option – especially now that research reveals circulating tumor DNA in the fluid
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