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    Surprising Stats on Prostate Cancer from Path ReportA great way to educate both patients and clincians about cancer, as well as the pathologist's role in diagnosing and treating the disease is through visual storytelling. In social media, one of the most effective tools is a short YouTube video. In the below video directed to patients, CAP member Dr
    New CAPcast: When Biopsy Results are Abnormal, What Patients Need to KnowDr. Jean Simpson, chair of the CAP Cancer Committee discusses what patients need to understand about the recent study on breast biopsies, published in the March 17th issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, including how patients can ensure that their biopsies are read accurately.
    How Test Utilization Improvements Can Drive Change for Better Patient CareSince launching The Test Utilization Committee of the Cleveland Clinic in January 2011, my clinical colleagues and I have enabled cost savings or cost avoidance of greater than $2.5 million.
    CAP/ADASP Guidelines to Reduce Errors in Surgical Pathology and Cytology: Why Do We Need Them?The recently published JAMA article highlights diagnostic agreement and disagreement in the diagnosis of breast lesions. The media and the public are not satisfied with these results. I hope pathologists are not satisfied by these results either. What can we do about it?

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