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The Roger Cotton Prize for Histopathology
The Roger Cotton Prize for Histopathology for 2012 has been awarded to Felipe C Geyer for his paper: Molecular evidence in support of the neoplastic and precursor nature of microglandular adenosis (Histopathology 2012, 60, E115-130).
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Histopathology is published on behalf of the British Division of the International Academy of Pathology (BDIAP). The society aims to advance pathology through improving methods of teaching pathology, coordination of pathology with allied sciences and techiniques, promoting pathology research and convocation of meetings and congresses to facilitate the exchange of ideas.
From this month's Histopathology
Read this monthly section featuring Editor Alastair D. Burt's commentary on six cutting edge papers, together with illustrations, published in each issue of Histopathology.
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