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Critical Values July 2015
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    Pioneering Pathologist Remembered for Perseverance, Compassion

    October 22, 2013
    William C. Thomas, Jr., a pioneering pathologist and 2012 recipient of the Congressional Gold Medal, Congress’ highest civilian honor, has died at age 87. A resident of Wilmette, Ill., Dr. Thomas grew up in Uniontown, Pa., and became one of the first African Americans to join the U.S. Marine Corps nearly 70 years ago. Read more
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    Author of Red Sunshine Tackles Complexities of Breast Cancer

    October 21, 2013
    Kimberly Allison, MD, is both an expert in breast cancer pathology and a survivor of breast cancer. In her book, Red Sunshine, Dr. Allison describes her experience as a patient who was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer soon after she was promoted to be Director of Breast Pathology at the University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle. Read more
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