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Technology and innovation

Diagnostics

Thinking Outside the (Genome) Box

| Jason Mellad

Epigenetics may combine with liquid biopsy to offer an effective way of detecting early-stage cancers and recurrences

Inside the Lab

Biochip Breakthrough

| Luke Turner

With antimicrobial resistance an ever-increasing threat to modern medicine, a new breakthrough may rapidly identify drug-resistant microbe strains to ensure effective treatment

Inside the Lab

One Drop at a Time

| Alexander Dobrovic and Cloud Paweletz

When seeking the greatest benefit from liquid biopsy, droplet digital PCR can help by offering speed, sensitivity, and absolute quantitation

Inside the Lab

From Dream to Deployment

| Sponsored by Leica

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and Leica Biosystems have formed a unique partnership to make a 100% digital pathology service a reality

Outside the Lab

Leadership Is an Opportunity and Our Obligation

| E. Blair Holladay

To stay at the forefront of medicine, pathologists and laboratorians need to become drivers for change in our own institutions

Inside the Lab

Pathologists Versus AI

| Holger Lange and Cris Luengo

Not only is artificial intelligence not intended to replace pathologists – at the moment, it can’t function without them!

Inside the Lab

Leading the Pack

| Marisa Saint Martin

Pathologists hold the key to diagnostic management teams – and diagnostic management teams have a lot to contribute to patient care

Outside the Lab

Pre-Empting Relapse

| Luke Turner

A new DNA test that can detect treatment-resistant mutations could prove crucial for patients with acute myeloid leukemia, providing an early indication that targeted therapeutic intervention is needed

Inside the Lab

OK Google: Scan This Slide

| Luke Turner

Google’s AI team have developed an algorithm that can improve the accuracy of breast cancer diagnoses

Inside the Lab

Gone Fishing

A combination of magnetic particles that bind circulating tumor cells and a magnetic wire that samples them directly from the vein could lead to earlier diagnosis

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