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Keith Kaplan
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Proscia continues to demonstrate the potential for its technology demonstrating agreement between its algorithms and pathologist reads in detection and classification of breast cancer. Proscia Inc., a data and analytics solutions provider for digital…
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Proscia continues to demonstrate the potential for its technology demonstrating agreement between its algorithms and pathologist reads in detection and classification of breast cancer. Proscia Inc., a data and analytics solutions provider for digital…
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Again, the talk of not healthcare reform but rather healthcare payment reform and the interests of lawmakers, physicians, patients, payers and industry at stake with potential significant cost/reimbursement and research budget cuts proposed has led me to…
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Last Friday was the end of the month, end of the quarter, and for some companies and organizations, end of the fiscal year. October, as it used to be called, as in “Mr. October”, would strike at Midnight on Saturday as Pinktober for 31 days, ending in a…
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In my first year as a pathology attending, our pathology department offered a fine needle aspiration (FNA) service for subcutaneous lumps and bumps that were easily accessible by palpation. For the most part we FNA’d palpable breast masses, enlarged lymph…
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Join us for a webinar on how pathology will help take us to the moon! 9 AM PT/12 PM PT http://buff.ly/1qWFUsd
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This is the fourth in a series of CEO short interviews about their views on their company, the digital pathology market, lessons learned and perhaps a little insight into their business principles.  My personal thanks to Ms. Shiposh and the ASI’s team for…
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Chicago River more green than usual today. I think the city uses green surgical pathology ink to do this as this stuff turns everything green and is impossible to dilute even with formalin, alcohols and xylenes :)
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