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Recently, a few members of the Carcinoid-Neuroendocrine Tumour Society of Canada (CNETS) toured the Laboratory Medicine Program space at UHN. They met the lab staff involved in their care and asked questions about what happens inside the lab.
"As I partner, I want to be as knowledgeable as possible about my condition, and for me, that meant meeting everyone involved in my care team, including my pathologist," said Louise Binder, a member of the society.
"I was eager to talk to the people in the laboratory and excited to see what happens inside," she continued.
Read more about the tour and hear from other members of CNETS on the Pathology Report, the blog for all things related to the Laboratory Medicine Program.
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