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Insights, Clinical Trials, and Advancements in Pathology Automation

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March 14, 2024

How does laboratory automation empower PAs?

The main impact of automation that drives its development and adoption is consistency. Consistency is valuable in a Pathology lab because it delivers benefits across quality, timing, cost and reliability. However, the pursuit of consistency in the lab must be balanced with the inherent variety of specimens that the lab is tasked with analyzing. FormaPath is extremely mindful of figuring out which processes can be automated so that more time can be dedicated to more important and complex tasks.

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March 14, 2024

FormaPath announces clinical research and development collaboration with University at Buffalo Center for Advanced Technology

FormaPath and Dr. John Tomaszewski, SUNY Distinguished Professor and Chair of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at UB, will use AdiPress to conduct comprehensive analyses of tissue specimens to identify and create lymph node-rich samples. This work will lead to the eventual creation of a digital lymph node database, which will allow FormaPath to explore computational methods—including AI—that identify and analyze lymph nodes with metastatic disease. 

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March 14, 2024

FormaPath Announces Advancement in Cancer Pathology With the Launch of AdiPress

FormaPath announced the commercial launch of AdiPress, the first and only automated tool to standardize lymph node dissection. With this innovation, cancer-focused pathology practices can now automate the recovery of lymph nodes within fatty cancer tissue, to ensure more precise staging of cancer patients to guide their follow up therapy intended to prevent cancer recurrence.

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