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In this month’s issue, we investigate the case for a universal clerkship in pathology. Although it is directly relevant to over 90 percent of practicing physicians, pathology typically becomes an elective experience after the second year of medical school. Kamran Mirza and Austin McHenry explore how a mandatory pathology educational experience could improve recruitment and give non-pathologist physicians a better understanding of microscopic diagnostics. In addition, discover why kidney discard rates are at their highest ever in the US, read about the latest series of the WHO’s Blue Books, and learn how simultaneous multiplex IHC save laboratories time, money, and tissue. We also sit down with Ann Nelson, Infectious Disease Pathology Consultant at the Joint Pathology Center and Visiting Professor of Pathology at Duke University, Durham, USA.