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Technology has a critical role to play in helping patients, and the clinicians and institutions they trust, make every moment matter in the fight against cancer.

This blog represents an ideas exchange on how exciting new innovation could be applied to assist at each step in the patient pathway.

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Plenteous AI, Exiguous Medical Data

The astonishing success of artificial intelligence (AI) over the past few years in solving complex recognition problems has...


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Topics: pathology, digital pathology, ai,

If You Think Digital Pathology Is Too Expensive, Think Twice

The human impact of delaying the cancer patient's journey

Catching cancer early saves lives. This is the adage that at-risk...


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Topics: pathology, digital pathology, business case,

Pandemic Diaries: Pathology, the Pandemic and the Future of Testing

Before the pandemic, our focus was to support the formation and delivery of pathology networks across NHS England as part of...


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Topics: pathology, testing, covid-19

The Future According to Pathologists Themselves

“It takes humility to seek feedback. It takes wisdom to understand it, analyze it, and appropriately act on it.”

--- Stephen...


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Topics: Post-COVID-19, pathology, digital pathology,

Fireside Chat Recap: The Power of the Panel

"Innovation comes ultimately from a diversity of perspectives."

--- Frans Johansson

Inspirata welcomed subject matter...


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Topics: Post-COVID-19, pathology, digital pathology,

Empowering the Future of Remote Pathology with Image Search

According to MIT, 90% of information transmitted to the human brain is visual, with humans being able to identify images seen...


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Topics: Post-COVID-19, pathology, digital pathology,

The Backlog

Critical Question Facing Pathologists: Will There Be Enough Capacity to Serve the Backlog of Cases When Normal Scheduling...


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Topics: Post-COVID-19, backlog, pathology