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The third installment of our series of weird and wonderful medical terms and diagnoses that you probably weren't aware of
In a newly identified form of Richter’s transformation, an indolent B-cell lymphoma may develop into aggressive T-cell disease
Muhammad Khalid Khan Niazi,
Even after thousands of years, tuberculosis remains a killer – but AI-assisted research into diverse populations may help
Timothy Craig Allen,
Pathologist’s assistants play a key role in educating residents in the laboratory
by Adaptive Biotechnologies
Minimal residual disease testing by immunosequencing can yield vital information about patients’ disease and management
The potential impact of deworming on tuberculosis treatment
While fighting COVID-19, we must not neglect the global threat of AMR
A new, biomarker-based test may allow sepsis diagnosis and intervention before patients become symptomatic
The process of naming bacteria follows specific rules – but do you know what they are?
From the first sign of pneumonia in Wuhan to more than 250,000 global deaths in just four months, discover the key dates of the pandemic so far
In the latest business news from the world of laboratory medicine, companies rally together to combat the coronavirus pandemic
Combining molecular analysis with artificial intelligence can help forensic scientists elicit more information from maggots
A suggestive lymphopenia profile could prove to be a valuable early indicator of infection with COVID-19
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