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In March’s issue of The Pathologist, we interview a group of medical students, residents, and attending physicians to discover why a lab career intrigued them and what they foresee for the future of the discipline. From their colleagues’ perception of pathology to how we can encourage more students into the field, we leave no stone unturned in our exploration of laboratory medicine. In addition, read medical storyteller George Lundberg’s own account of his accomplishments, discover how European legislation on formalin almost caused a major patient safety issue, and hear tips from Dana Razzano on how to take the initiative and contribute to global good. We also sit down with Marilyn Bui, Anatomic/Clinical Pathologist and Scientific Director of the Analytic Microscopy Core at Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, Florida, USA.