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Issue #0318
Top Articles
Variant Database Collaborations – for Cancer and Beyond
The growing number of scientific papers means there’s a lot to search through when looking for information. ClinVar, ClinGen, and CIViC use researcher curation to let you know what’s still relevant.
Anticipating NRAS Resistance
Drug resistance still runs rampant, but recent research has detected the mechanisms behind NRAS melanoma resistance, meaning patients can receive effective treatment tailored to their specific melanoma.
Managed Equipment Services: The Kenyan Story
It takes more than good intentions to make a medical equipment program work. Mercy Korir discusses what went wrong when Kenya attempted such a program, and what others can learn.
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Going Digital: The Whys and Hows of Adopting Digital Pathology
This webinar will explore the digital pathology implementation process, and explain why now is the time for your organization to go digital. Join us as Dr. Alexander Baras of Johns Hopkins University discusses his experience with digital pathology and how it’s changed his team’s work.

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