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Hematology

Inside the Lab Quality assurance and quality control

Where Is Diversity in Genetic Studies?

| Liv Gaskill

Meta-analyses show how genetic studies that examine only a single ethnicity or ancestry may be overlooking important hematological traits

Diagnostics COVID-19

Identifying SARS-CoV-2 Plasma Donors: An Alternative Assay

| Liv Gaskill

SARS-CoV-2 antibody tests are still not widely available – is it time for a different approach?

Outside the Lab COVID-19

Surviving the Storm

| Michael Schubert

The seventh installment of our COVID-19 outbreak diaries from pathologists and laboratory medicine professionals around the world

Outside the Lab Point of care testing

Lifesaving, Blood-Typing Lab-on-a-Chip

| Michael Schubert

A new chip can quickly and automatically type blood in emergencies

Diagnostics Hematology

A Repeat Test for Liver Cirrhosis

| Luke Turner

Repeat measurements of a blood biomarker could indicate those at risk of developing cirrhosis

Subspecialties Hematology

Home-Based Tests for Cancer Patients

| Michael Schubert

When it’s too risky to go for blood tests, the blood tests must come to the patient

Subspecialties Oncology

Building a Cancer-Free World Through MRD Testing

| Sponsored by Adaptive Biotechnologies

Minimal residual disease testing by immunosequencing can yield vital information about patients’ disease and management

Subspecialties Oncology

In Focus: T. rex Lymphoma

| Luca Roncati

In a newly identified form of Richter’s transformation, an indolent B-cell lymphoma may develop into aggressive T-cell disease

Subspecialties COVID-19

Quote of the Month

| Yossi Pollak

A suggestive lymphopenia profile could prove to be a valuable early indicator of infection with COVID-19

Subspecialties Hematology

In Focus: Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma

| Iffat Jamal

Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, the most common non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, rarely presents in the leukemic phase – but what happens when it does?

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