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NEW YORK (360Dx) – Laboratories participating in BRAF proficiency testing through the College of American Pathologists are reporting most of the required information, but still have room for improvement, according to a recently published analysis.

Overall, researchers said that laboratories participating in BRAF proficiency testing through CAP include most of the required reporting elements "to unambiguously convey molecular results," and but they "should continue to strive to report these results in a concise and comprehensive manner."

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