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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
A new microfluidic chip analyzes urine samples to detect prostate cancer cells.
Although often viewed as safer than cigarettes, vaping carries risk of acute lung injuries, including damage not seen in smoking
We interview Sarah Garner to learn how she became a pathologists’ assistant and what the profession involves on a typical day
A new UK initiative connects scientists, laboratories, and hospitals in the fight against COVID-19
Markku Miettinen shares observations from an illustrious career in surgical pathology from both a research and a clinical perspective
Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, the most common non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, rarely presents in the leukemic phase – but what happens when it does?
Some of the key challenges and shortfalls identified in a recent survey of the hematology laboratory workforce
Discover the latest COVID-19 news with these bite-sized stories from across the field of diagnostic medicine
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