Quite Enough Cheerful Reading

I would like to be able to say that “The American Journal of Surgical Pathology” is a light and cheerful read. One that is guaranteed to cheer you up and raise your spirits. But that would be inaccurate.

I am a little more knowledgeable now. I have more questions.

The take home message is that rare is very rare, perhaps. One case per million per year across all age groups.

But the good news is that this variety, if it is this, is tractable to treatment.

My brain has just exploded, and it has spattered the walls of my office…metaphorically speaking.

Why is there not more genomic sequencing?

Is fluorescence microscopy enough?

What about other more morphological and higher resolution techniques?

You can get more shape information from AFM…

Come on cancer dudes, change century…