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Jane Armes discusses the value of molecular subtyping and targeted therapies in triple-negative breast cancer
Can you determine the hereditary syndrome that this renal tumor is indicative of?
How consolidating molecular diagnostics has improved service delivery for the Great Ormond Street Hospital microbiology department
George Vasmatzis and John Cheville
Newly discovered genetic alterations could indicate whether treatment or active surveillance is the best option for low-risk prostate cancer patients
Luxembourg’s new molecular diagnostics program aims to establish the value of such analyses as a part of routine cancer care
We round up the latest news in pathology and laboratory medicine with these bite-sized stories
Can you diagnose this testicular mass and decide which histologic finding incurs the worst prognosis?
A two-stage model featuring point of care sepsis testing and follow-up lab results could improve treatment and reduce the risk of mortality
Cutting time to diagnosis for influenza from days to minutes can prevent unnecessary patient isolation and lost hospital bed space
E. Blair Holladay
Our job as pathologists is to ensure the quality and efficiency of patient testing by educating both ourselves and our clinical colleagues
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