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Motic Digital Pathology
600 California St. Floor 11, San Francisco, CA 94108
DigitalPathology@Motic.com
MoticEasyScan.com

Motic Digital Pathology addresses the growing global pathology care gap by making digital medicine approachable for hospitals, labs, and doctors everywhere. We promote adoption of telepathology through our innovative, cost-effective solutions developed directly in conjunction with partner pathologists. As the medical division of Motic, a leader in the field of optics since 1988, we are part of a global company innovating for a better tomorrow. Our whole slide scanning and image management systems have now been deployed for millions of cases worldwide, and our philanthropic initiatives leverage digital pathology technologies to solve today's most pressing and under-resourced health problems.

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