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Management of High-Grade Cervical Cytology and Histology (HSIL, CIN 2,3) by Walter Prendiville

I'd like to talk about optimizing treatment of high-grade CIN and I'd like to say first of all that it's it's wonderful to behold as the success of the UK National Health Service cervical screening program four hundred thousand significant miles have been detected in the last twenty years representing a conservative estimate of four […]

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Genetic Testing and Cancer – An Introduction to Personalized Medicine

genetic testing has really changed our approach to cancer personalized cancer medicine means the right patient with the right drug at the right time and that's really an interface of how can we develop a roadmap for patients based on host characteristics so patient characteristics tumor characteristics or perhaps the genetic makeup or the proteins […]

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Tempus – Longitudinal Testing

even with all the Highly Effective immunotherapies available cancer remains a very elusive disease far too often tumor testing is relegated to late stage diseases and while those tumour reports provide useful information for targeted therapy you unfortunately rarely see complete response to make matters worse the tumors molecular composition changes post treatment that tempis […]

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Interpreting Results: Beware the Amplification of Error

occasionally we get variants which can't be classified one way or another because there isn't enough evidence to say that they don't cause disease or enough evidence to say that they do cause the disease and these are the variants of uncertain significance the difficulty we knew receive a variant of uncertain significance as how […]

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Cells and tissues- how accurate are cytology and histology test results?

Histopathology is the gold standard for thediagnosis. The tissue diagnosis is really the final diagnosis so this is what radiologyor cytology or a clinical diagnosis are measured against as the gold standard. It is prettymuch the final diagnosis. However, it depends whether the sample that has been taken istruly representative of the lesion or the […]

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