On Saturday, March the 12th, after 28 days in China, I was finally allowed to travel to Suzhou.
My life as a volunteer prisoner ended on Friday the 4th of March. I have to admit that it has been a pretty gloomy three weeks.
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To say Isabella de la Houssaye is an overachiever, would be minimizing what she is—a triathlete, a climber, a marathoner, a long-distance runner, a mother, wife and business owner, she epitomizes a
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First CDx Approval for HLA Typing
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Talking Cancer Blog: A Conversation with Holly Smithson, Athena CEO & Diversity Champion
ISO 15189 accreditation of the Swiss and Singapore NeoGenomics sites
In 2020 NeoGenomics decided to launch an accreditation program for its international sites in Switzerland and Singapore.
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