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For the past 50 years, the Pap smear has dominated as a successful tool in screening for cervical cancer. Clinicians, pathologists, and laboratorians, however, “are approaching a tipping point for changing how we screen” for this disease, says Mark H. Stoler, MD, who recently explored this topic in...(Read More)
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A session planned for this year’s AACC Annual Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo will discuss the evolution of tumor markers in the diagnosis and management of cancer. “Tumor markers hold great promise in contributing to the prevention and cure of cancer because they provide unique tools for discover...(Read More)
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AACC’s 25th International Critical and Point-of-Care Testing Symposium, Real World and Emerging Applications for Improved Clinical Outcomes, will offer “a solid mix of cutting-edge technologies and applications, coupled with practical concepts that can be applied in real-world settings,” according ...(Read More)
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AACC launched an online certificate program in May, Practical Approaches to Quality Control in the Clinical Laboratory, designed to ground participants in good statistical quality control (QC) practices. Created by a dream team of seasoned QC experts, the program emphasizes ready-to-use practices r...(Read More)
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