IPM Magazine

June 2022, Vol. 9, No. 3

Often referred to as the doctor’s doctor, pathologists have been practicing precision medicine through the lens of the microscope for over a century – identifying, characterizing and reporting on the disease in question, in order that an appropriate course of treatment can be pursued. The practice hasn’t changed demonstrably over this period until recent years, where we have seen an incremental movement from analogue into a digitized, high definition ecosystem, powered by artificial intelligence. In this issue we explore how the advent of digital pathology will not only improve efficiencies of scale, save time, reduce workloads, create more precise and accurate diagnoses, but will provide insights that will ultimately pave the way for a deeper pipeline of targeted therapeutic candidates.

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