CellPath Celebrate Second Successive MediWales Award

Hundreds of guests from the NHS, industry, government and academia gathered for the thirteenth MediWales Innovation Awards to celebrate the … Continue reading “CellPath Celebrate Second Successive MediWales Award”

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An Unintentional Outcome from a Kidney Transplantation

Although commonplace, kidney transplants are major operations and as such are associated with certain complications, the most feared of which … Continue reading “An Unintentional Outcome from a Kidney Transplantation”

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CellPath Crowned Winners at Powys Business Awards

CellPath is ‘cell’ebrating success after being crowned winners of the Technology & Innovation award once again at the Powys Business … Continue reading “CellPath Crowned Winners at Powys Business Awards”

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CellPath Through to UK Finals of Barclays Entrepreneur Awards

Last month, CellPath were delighted to receive the news that we were regional winners of the prestigious Barclays Entrepreneur Awards … Continue reading “CellPath Through to UK Finals of Barclays Entrepreneur Awards”

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A Brief Perception of Tumour Pathology

Healthy cells are an essential requirement for normal bodily functions and depending on cell type they may be uniform or … Continue reading “A Brief Perception of Tumour Pathology”

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Whole Slide Imaging and it’s Impact in the Histology Laboratory

For more than a century, the diagnosis of disease has been achieved by the microscopic interpretation of stained tissue sections. … Continue reading “Whole Slide Imaging and it’s Impact in the Histology Laboratory”

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CellPath Toasts MediLink Awards Success

Held in association with Med-Tech innovation, over 250 people from across the Healthcare and Life Sciences sector came together at … Continue reading “CellPath Toasts MediLink Awards Success”

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Lyme Disease – An Unhealthy Consequence of Outdoor Activity

Health promotion and disease prevention are two powerful benefits of spending time in the great outdoors. In some countries including … Continue reading “Lyme Disease – An Unhealthy Consequence of Outdoor Activity”

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Tumour Sampling and Large Format Histology – Why Bigger is Better!

The application of large format histology in routine clinical diagnosis is reasonably well established. However, large specimens such as breast, … Continue reading “Tumour Sampling and Large Format Histology – Why Bigger is Better!”

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From Body to Block – A Brief History of Tissue Processing

Since the word ‘tissue’ was defined in the late 1700s by Marie Francois Bichat, the father of histology, the advances … Continue reading “From Body to Block – A Brief History of Tissue Processing”

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