“The journey is more important than the destination“; a phrase we all know well, but in cancer research the journey has been neglected in favour of studying the first part of a cancer cell’s journey and where it ends up in its journey to the metastatic site. Every pathologist knows that cancer cells look different … Continue reading “Intravascular carcinoma. So important but so neglected in cancer research”
I’m sure I’m not the only one who occasionally doodles on slide trays! Dr Chris Mason, Consultant Histopathologist at Royal Devon and Exeter takes this to another level!