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Subspecialties

Subspecialties Oncology

Can’t Stop the Signal

| Michael Schubert

An investigation into PARP1 has given some insight into its link with cancer treatment-resistance

Subspecialties Oncology

Spot the Fusion

| Michael Schubert

Predicting pancreatic lesion malignancy risk is only an assay away with a PCR-based technique

Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology

A Closer Look at Chimerism

| Michael Schubert

Research about the underlying pathways of chimeric transplant tolerance may aid immunosuppression

Subspecialties Clinical care

A Whole New World

| Jesse L. Berry

Taking on the challenge of opening up new opportunities for retinoblastoma care

Subspecialties Clinical care

Case of the Month

Kidney tumor with dual cell population, features of emperipolesis, cyclin D1 positivity.

Subspecialties Training and education

Bad Grades for Gleason

| Jonathan Epstein

A new grading system for prostate carcinoma – and how you can adopt it in your laboratory

Subspecialties Training and education

International Man of Pathology

| Roisin McGuigan

Ian Cree, Head, WHO Classification of Tumors Group, International Agency for Research on Cancer

Subspecialties Clinical care

Case of the Month

Mutation of which gene most likely accounts for the pathologic changes seen in this biopsy?

Subspecialties Analytical science

Dark Fields and Diagnostic Disks

| Michael Schubert

New devices for detecting tuberculosis may speed up diagnosis and improve treatment

Subspecialties Biochemistry and molecular biology

Understanding Pancreatic Cancer Prognosis

| Roisin McGuigan

Mutations in four main genes influence survival rates of pancreatic adenocarcinoma patients

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