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Dec 18, 2015 Pathology Explained

‘In-gene-ious’ – the future of pathology is in our DNA

The area of genetics has hit the headlines recently with much excitement and debate around the potential for gene editing to do a variety of
Dec 18, 2015 New breakthroughs

Horror movies really can curdle your blood!

The word ‘bloodcurdling’ is often associated with horror movies, but a new study has shown it is legitimately associated with an increas
Dec 18, 2015 Real-life stories

5 reasons people valued pathology in 2015

As we finish the year with over 15,000 supporters who have signed up to say they value pathology, we are taking a look at some of the reason
Dec 17, 2015 Pathology Explained

Adam Bandt MP and award-winning actor witness pathology up close

Filmmaker Damon Gameau nearly developed permanent health damage in his search for hidden sugars during the making of award winning documenta
Nov 18, 2015 People of pathology

Nicole Kidman’s new role shines a light on genetics

Nicole Kidman has taken to the London stage to play Rosalind Franklin, one of the most important yet overshadowed scientists of the 20th cen
Nov 18, 2015 People of pathology

“After nine years I still get a rush out of my work” – up close and personal with the people behind pathology

To celebrate International Pathology Day this month we take a closer look at some pathology professionals to see why they chose their job an
Nov 18, 2015 Real-life stories

How a blood test ‘just to be safe’ changed Robert’s life for the better

The image on the left is from a core needle biopsy of a normal liver. The image on the right is from a patient with Autoimmune Hepatitis. C
Nov 18, 2015 Pathology Explained

The quiet achiever: why we couldn’t do without the full blood examination

In October GPs told us they “couldn’t do without” pathology and the Full Blood Examination (FBE) is one of the most commonly requested
Nov 16, 2015 Pathology Explained

Analyse this: so what exactly goes into diagnosing coeliac disease?

A lab worker loads spun blood tubes onto a machine for processing and testing Many people with coeliac disease know that getting a confir
Nov 14, 2015 Real-life stories

Guiding cancer therapy

Bouncing back after lymphoma Olwyn is a Melbourne-based grandmother who likes to be in the thick of things. From her home in Melbourne’s