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Oncology

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Secrets of the Cervical Cells

| Liv Gaskill

New indices predict poor prognosis in patients with breast or ovarian cancer

Diagnostics Biochemistry and molecular biology

Double Trouble

3D organoids demonstrate the effects of malicious coinfection with HPV16 and chlamydia

Diagnostics Analytical science

A Light in the Darkness

| Matthew J. Baker, Paul Brennan

Spectroscopy-based liquid biopsy could offer an affordable, effective route to early brain tumor diagnosis

Subspecialties Neurology

The Shapeshifting Cancer

| Liv Gaskill

Understanding the heterogeneity and plasticity of glioblastoma

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Enriching Our Understanding of Multiple Myeloma

| Sponsored by Abbvie

Plasma cell enrichment and FISH can improve prognosis, treatment, and outcomes for patients

Outside the Lab Oncology

A Helping Hand from AI in Prostate Cancer Diagnostics

| Sponsored by AIRA Matrix

Using AI to enhance personalized healthcare for patients with prostate cancer

Diagnostics Omics

Improving Risk Stratification

| Liv Gaskill

Two genes have been identified that may be linked to prostate cancer outcomes

Diagnostics Digital and computational pathology

When Pathology Goes 3D

Stratifying cancers with non-destructive 3D pathology

Outside the Lab Oncology

Opening the Door for All

| Adil Menon

When participating in or supporting patient-physician conversations, pathologists must work to alleviate racial and ethnic disparities

Subspecialties Biochemistry and molecular biology

Immunology Insights

| Liv Gaskill

From Peto’s paradox to inflammatory disease mechanisms, we bring you the latest research in pathology and laboratory medicine

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