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    Celebrating 2014 Laboratory Professionals’ Week

    April 16, 2014
    One Teacher’s Inspiration Opens Doors to a Rewarding Career in the Lab   
    Never underestimate the impact a teacher can have on a student. That’s what Sally S. Cherry, BS, MT(ASCP), learned 40 years ago, when her high school science teacher in Baltimore handed her student a career brochure from ASCP. Little did she realize her teacher’s suggestion would spark a passion, leading to a lifelong career in the medical laboratory profession. Read more
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    Superheroes of the Medical Laboratory Gear Up for Lab Week

    March 24, 2014
    Medical laboratory professionals nationwide are going all out to show their pride during Medical Laboratory Professionals Week, April 20–26. The staff at Vail Valley Medical Center Laboratory, in Vail, Colo., donned colorful wigs and costumes and called themselves the “Aging Rockers” for the photo they submitted to the ASCP Lab Week Photo Contest. Read more
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    ASCP Stands Strong Against Cancer

    February 04, 2014
    On World Cancer Day, ASCP highlights the members of our community that have been directly affected by the disease. We also want to highlight the important work that many of our members do every day to create better treatments, promote specialized care, and increase patient outcomes. Read more
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    Former JAMA Editor Emphasizes Pivotal Role of Medical Labs in Healthcare Reform

    November 18, 2013
    Medical laboratories of the future must focus on the quality outcomes of diagnostic testing, rather than the volume of testing they perform if they are to thrive in the era of accountable care organizations, according to George D. Lundberg, MD, MASCP, former editor of The Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) and former editor of Medscape. Read more

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