Summaries of lectures on the comprehensive Biomedical Science Congress programme are requested from individual speakers. In a final review of this important biennial event, Pathology in Practice dips into the education, management, support staff and seminar programmes.
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The following is a small selection of summaries of presentations given outside the main scientific programme taken from the education and management, quality management, and support staff programmes, and the Hall 4 seminars.
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