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Accurate color representation is vital for digital imaging in histopathology – but how can viewers ensure that colors are correct and consistent?
Predatory publishing practices always have a negative impact, but it is disproportionately felt in developing countries
Pranav Patwardhan believes that all pathologists should develop an algorithmic approach to everyday slides and samples to maintain a logical workflow
Niamh Buckley, Laura Feeney, James Beirne, and Paul Mullan
Markers such as DNA methylation, analyzed by liquid biopsy, may improve on ovarian cancer testing options like gold standard CA125
Digital pathology is in transition – but soon, computers may take on some of the more time-consuming aspects of our work and provide novel insights
Epigenetics may combine with liquid biopsy to offer an effective way of detecting early-stage cancers and recurrences
Collaboration and communication are often confused with one another. In fact, they are quite distinct, and pathologists must become skilled at both
Is our “publish (and present) or perish” mindset causing pathologists to fall victim to predatory journals and conferences?
Despite being a young field, epigenetics has an important role to play when investigating, diagnosing, and treating complex diseases
Angelina Knott, Robin Suggs, and Timothy Craig Allen
Diversity is always a noble goal – no less so in pathology and laboratory medicine. But is the discipline truly diverse? Who remains underrepresented?
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