Highlights in this issue include:
> Two CE quizzes
> Three peer-reviewed manuscripts:
- Girl with Guts: Distinguishing between Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease
- Submitting Prophylactic Total Gastrectomy Via Whole Mount Roll In Patient With CDH1 Gene Mutation: Grossing Technique Write-Up
- A Review for Understanding Shave Cavity Margins for Lumpectomy Specimens
> Fall Conference Recap and Photos
> Town Hall Recap
> Lifetime Achievement Award: Coy Wagoner
> Spring Meeting Preview
> BOT Chair’s Report
> Gross Photo Unknown and Tutorial
> Book Review: LITHIUM: A Doctor, A Drug,
and a Breakthrough
2019 Issue 4 of THE CUTTING EDGE is Now Available!
Dear AAPA Member,
We’re excited to release to you the latest issue of THE CUTTING EDGE!
This issue features three manuscripts (two with accompanying CE quizzes), including a 2019 Fellow Travel Grant winning manuscript and the 2019 Student Non-Delegate Travel Grant winning manuscript. Check out the photos from our Fall Conference in Chicago, as well as the meeting recap from outgoing Fall Conference Chair Heather Manternach. Plus, don't miss our feature on Coy Wagoner, an AAPA Founding Father and this year's Lifetime Achievement Award recipient.
You'll also find a Town Hall recap, BOT Chair's Report, and book review to round out this issue. And congratulations to our 2019 Journal Award winners, listed on page 17 – thank you for your contributions to our journal!
You can access the online, interactive version of this issue now by clicking on the journal cover image found here or by visiting the Publications page found under the Member Community area of www.pathassist.org.
If you have opted to receive the journal via postal mail, a copy of your journal is on its way to your mailbox. You can change your preferred delivery method by accessing your member profile.
Remember, this year our free CE offerings increased to 20 annually – visit the CE Store to catch up on any you may have missed! And if you haven't taken advantage of the bonus Cancer Journal for Clinicians articles yet, be sure to take the quizzes before they expire at the end of the year.
Happy Holidays, everyone! I'll catch you all in the next decade!
Beth Felicelli, PA(ASCP)CM
Editor-in-Chief of The Cutting Edge
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