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Helminth infection, tuberculosis, and HIV often go hand-in hand. Determining which patients are coinfected is vital – but still more important is the use of deworming interventions to treat patients for not just helminths, but also the infections that so often accompany them.
Antimicrobial stewardship can help guide diagnostic testing to ensure appropriate antibiotic prescribing for COVID-19 patients
The COVID-19 pandemic highlights the need to move toward a global healthcare system – before the next pandemic hits
A new, biomarker-based test may allow sepsis diagnosis and intervention before patients become symptomatic
To improve cancer screening compliance, patients may benefit from sensitive, specific, noninvasive blood tests
A new approach to 3D tissue staining provides a detailed insight into whole organs at the cellular level
A 61-year-old female with systemic lupus erythematosus presented with a three-week fever, hypoxia, and hypotension – but what’s your diagnosis?
How can we effectively apply technologies like whole-slide imaging and automated diagnosis to tackle infectious diseases?
The process of naming bacteria follows specific rules – but do you know what they are?
We round up some of the newest developments from across pathology and laboratory medicine
A new diagnostic biosensor for the novel coronavirus is faster and simpler than current RT-PCR methods
A new combination of urine biomarkers could help avoid the 60 percent of unnecessary biopsies for prostate cancer
Discover June’s Image of the Month, which features photos taken using biochemical quantitative phase imaging with mid-infrared photothermal effect
The European Human Genetics Conference is a forum for all workers in human and medical genetics to review advances and...
The meeting will be held in conjunction with the Scandanavian Society from the 17-20th June 2020 at IET Savoy Place, in...
Pathology Update provides a state-of-the-art overview of surgical pathology. Pathology Update 2020 offers an exciting...
The European Human Genetics Conference is a forum for all workers in human and medical genetics to review advances and develop research collaborations. The conference has become one of the premier events in the field of human genetics with over 3.500 delegates, more than 250 oral presentations, 18 workshops, 21 symposia and 16 educational sessions.
The meeting will be held in conjunction with the Scandanavian Society from the 17-20th June 2020 at IET Savoy Place, in the heart of London, with world-leading speakers contributing to sessions on sinonasal pathology, salivary tumours, oral and laryngeal precursor lesions, cancer immunology & immunotherapy, digital pathology & artificial intelligence.
Pathology Update provides a state-of-the-art overview of surgical pathology. Pathology Update 2020 offers an exciting blend of returning and new experts who will discuss breast, gynecologic, head and neck, pulmonary, urologic, gastrointestinal, and dermatologic pathology, in addition to molecular and immunohistochemistry concepts and applications.
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Expert pathologist Fred Plapp offers a summary of the virus causing COVID-19, its effects, and the pandemic’s evolving status
Valerie Fitzhugh shares her experiences as a black woman in pathology and outlines the need for greater diversity and recruitment efforts
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The potential impact of deworming on tuberculosis treatment
While fighting COVID-19, we must not neglect the global threat of AMR
We speak to Harsh Mohan about pathology education in India and his work on the renowned Textbook of Pathology
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