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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A group of pathologists at the annual College of American Pathologists meeting last week in Las Vegas, Nevada, said the work that they are doing to raise recognition of the need for higher quality patient samples could provide significant benefits for patient care, and lead to more reliable molecular test outcomes.

The pathologists stressed the importance to the accuracy and reliability of molecular testing of developing and following standard practice guidelines and recommendations related to the provision of higher quality preanalytical patient samples.

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