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Both pathologists and hospital administrators gain from working as a team to improve cancer diagnostics and patient care. If we raise awareness of pathology together, we can achieve even more, says Dr. Jerad Gardner.

Molecular pathology is transforming cancer diagnostics and is the key to personalised medicine. This is an exciting time for pathologists, as we look to expand our services through training, equipment, adequate personnel and information storage…

Pathology is always changing and developing. To meet patient demand, to ensure the success of our hospitals, and to keep the profession growing in a positive direction, increasing pathology’s exposure and providing quality education is key…

‘My interest is in the future because I am going to spend the rest of my life there,’ said inventor Charles Kettering. He was grounded in the present with a vision for the future. Pathology must follow this example, starting with technology…

I want to dispel the myth that pathologists spend our days peering down microscopes and avoiding interaction with patients. We need to better communicate who we are, what we do, and how dedicated we are to improving cancer diagnostics for patients…

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