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September 2020 Issue of The Pathologist

In September’s issue of The Pathologist, experts in childhood cancers describe the intricate nature of pediatric laboratory medicine. How truly different are children’s cancers from adult disease? How has our understanding changed to drive progress in the field? And what comes next? Also in this issue: read about how AI needs to be responsive to the needs of pathologists, discover the history of immunohistochemistry and how it has evolved over the years, and learn about the considerations laboratories must take when driving digital transformation in pathology. We also sit down with HRH Princess Dina Mired of Jordan, President of the Union for International Cancer Control, humanitarian, and health activist.

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Articles featured in this issue

Outside the Lab Profession

The Wisdom of Heraclitus

| Michael Schubert

Our world is changing faster than ever – and we must not only keep up with it, but help others do the same

Subspecialties Liquid biopsy

Secrets in Circulating Tumor Biomarkers

| Michael Schubert

What ctDNA and CTCs can tell us about the likelihood of breast cancer survival and recurrence

Diagnostics COVID-19

Quick Hits

| Michael Schubert

We round up some of the latest developments in the world of pathology and laboratory medicine

Subspecialties Histology

In Focus: Mammary Paget’s Disease

| Indranil Chakrabarti, Rajesh Kumar Mandal

A case of Paget’s disease of the breast highlights some of the key features and diagnostic concerns of this disease

Outside the Lab Point of care testing

Lifesaving, Blood-Typing Lab-on-a-Chip

| Michael Schubert

A new chip can quickly and automatically type blood in emergencies

Outside the Lab Profession

Connecting the Laboratory Community

| E. Blair Holladay

Our connections give us strength – and that strength allows us to be the foundation of healthcare

Inside the Lab Precision medicine

Think of the Children

| Luke Turner

Two experts in childhood cancers give their take on the intricacies of pediatric laboratory medicine and where they think the field will go next

Subspecialties Digital and computational pathology

From Stain to Shining Stain

| Cynthia Cohen

Cynthia Cohen describes over 40 years of progress in immunohistochemistry and how it has shaped the workflow of the medical laboratory

Diagnostics Biochemistry and molecular biology

Deep Learning for Molecular Tumor Biomarker Prediction

| Heather D. Couture

New AI technology uses H&E images to create an alternative path for molecular diagnostics

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Going Digital: Can Everything In Pathology Be Consolidated?

| Jane Rendall

Digital pathology is a means to an end – that’s why laboratory medicine professionals need to guide conversations about digitization and consolidation

Outside the Lab Training and education

Changing the Cancer Landscape in the Developing World

| Luke Turner

We sit down with HRH Princess Dina Mired to find out what brought her to cancer advocacy and how she sees future cancer care in the developing world

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