RCPA ePathWay magazine available for viewing

August Edition: Australia's first Centre for Clinical Genomics, HIV/AIDS, musculoskeletal biobanks, infectious eye disease... Full Story

How are Benefits and Harms Presented in US Cancer Screening and Prevention Guidelines?

A recent study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute in the US examined the way that potential benefits and potential harms arising from cancer screening programs are presented in cancer screening guidelines published for use by doctors in the US.... Full Story

Learn why pathology testing is so important

Keep up to date with Know Pathology, Know Healthcare News - Our ethical pathology services, infectious diseases, liver disease detection and leading the fight against cervical cancer... Full Story

Use of nonfasting blood samples for lipid testing

A joint statement published online in April 2016 in the European Heart Journal recommends that "nonfasting blood samples be routinely used for the assessment of plasma lipid profiles".... Full Story

Friends of Science in Medicine

June Newsletter now available for viewing.... Full Story

Lab Tests Online Wins a Digital Health Award

Lab Tests Online announced as a winner of the Digital Health Awards, an awards program that honors the world's best digital health resources.... Full Story

Top Ten Things You Should Know About Lab Tests

In recognition of Medical Laboratory Professionals Week, Lab Tests Online in the US asked lab professionals to list key facts that they think are important for patients and their healthcare practitioners to know about laboratory tests. These are just as relevant in Australia.... Full Story

New Colorectal Cancer Screening Tests

There are several new types of colorectal cancer screening tests currently being evaluated. One of these, the Epi proColon (Epigenomics AG), has recently been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). ... Full Story

A new direction for “liquid biopsy” technique. Detection of liver fibrosis using DNA sequencing technology.

Medical scientists at Newcastle University in the UK have recently published a study demonstrating the possibility of using a “liquid biopsy” technique to assess the degree of liver scarring in people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).... Full Story

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