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Issue #1217
Top Articles
A Whole New World
At the moment, almost half of patients with retinoblastoma must undergo enucleation – removal of the affected eye. Why? Because we have no way to predict which eyes may respond well to treatment. Aqueous humor liquid biopsy could help save those eyes.
Fostering Better Care
All children who enter foster care receive a thorough laboratory screening. But not all of them require every test – and applying the same rules universally is not cost-effective. New research highlights ways to optimize screening.
Leader of the North
We sit down with Victor Tron, laboratory medicine expert and Past President of the Canadian Association of Pathologists, to discuss his career so far, his views on pathology education, and his leadership tips for other pathologists.
What exactly is The Pathologist? What do we do? What content do we cover? Check out our new overview video for more information, or share it with your colleagues!
This issue’s case involves a “rare bird” kidney tumor. Can you identify the disease in question? Click here to offer a diagnosis – and if you have a case of your own to suggest, let us know
Upcoming Events
Be it a large congress at a huge venue or an expert meeting that fits around a table, these events are a fantastic way to network and educate yourself on the latest developments in the laboratory medicine industry – so why not take a look at our list of upcoming events?