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...
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Welcome to our March issue. This time around our Case of The Month shows a urinary bladder tumor section. Are your skills up to the task of diagnosing the disease? Our Upfront section delves into the classification of Castleman disease, nasal swab diagnostics for lung cancer, and how cell stickiness can indicate metastasis. Anders Hjerpe’s In My View article explains how cytology and histopathology can make malignant mesothelioma diagnosis simpler. This issue’s Feature covers a multitude of devices created for low- and middle-income regions – find out the how researchers tackle low-resource challenges with ingenious solutions. In Practice illustrates why patients’ voices are important in research, NextGen delves into the depths of big data, and Profession follows the story of a novel initiative – the Bryan Warren School of Pathology – to educate trainees in Eastern Europe. We also Sit Down With Mark Boguski, Senior Vice President of Inspirata.