The Changing Role of Pathologists in the Age of Precision Medicine

Article   Feb 07, 2018 | By Anna MacDonald, Science Writer for Technology Networks

 
The Changing Role of Pathologists in the Age of Precision Medicine

Pathology Department at the Central Cancer Research Laboratories. Credit: G. Terry Sharrer, Ph.d. National Museum Of American History.

Anna Macdonald

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