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‘By implementing guidelines into clinical practice, hospitals and patients can be assured that the laboratory can be following consistent procedures based on scientific proof and expert consensus opinion,’ said Raouf Nakhleh, MD, FCAP, a pathologist at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Fla., and business lead on the CAP's CDC project to improve the impact of laboratory practice guidelines. ‘With the CDC grant, we desire to increase awareness for and adoption of the published guidelines, as well as guidelines in development.’ Related StoriesMD Anderson research reveals why chemotherapy medicines not effective for many pancreatic cancers patientsCornell biomedical engineers develop 'super organic killer cells' to destroy tumor cells in lymph nodesOvarian cancers patients with a history of oral contraceptive use have better outcomes Streamlined Cancer Biomarker Reporting Furthers Understanding Through the CDC grant, the CAP, and also other health care companies, is creating a standardized method of streamline how cancer biomarker data is recorded and collected.The poster has been sent to 19,000 nurseries and all GP surgeries, and also being displayed in Boot styles pharmacies nationally. Related StoriesViralytics enters into clinical trial collaboration agreement with MSDSausages With Antioxidants From Berries To Prevent CancerNew antenna-like device makes breast cancer surgery less complicated for surgeonsSara Hiom, co-ordinator of Cancer Study UK’s SunSmart marketing campaign says, This poster has been intended to help remind parents to safeguard their children.