Paris System 2.0 for Reporting Urinary Cytopathology Survey

The Paris 2.0 System for Urinary Cytopathology task force has generated a survey to ask the international cytology community about their opinions and experience with the Paris System.

Please use the link below to participate or scan the QR code.

Link to survey hosted by the University of Wisconson-Madison

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Invitation to a virtual IAC Annual General Meeting 2020

 

There will be a virtual Annual General Business Meeting for all IAC members on Wednesday, 2. September 2020.

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IAC-IARC collaboration in cytopathology

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The International Academy of Cytology (IAC) has joined forces with the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) to publish a series of cytopathology reporting systems, which will present an international approach to the cytopathology of various body sites and mirror the WHO Classification of Tumours series (with links between the two series). The International Academy of Cytology (IAC) has joined forces with the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) to publish a series of cytopathology reporting systems, which will present an international approach to the cytopathology of various body sites and mirror the WHO Classification of Tumours series (with links between the two series).

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IAC Companion Meeting at 2020 USCAP

The third IAC Companion Meeting was held on Sunday, March 1st 2020

The Interventional (cyto) pathologist

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The COVID-19 pandemic: Implications for the cytology laboratory

During this difficult time of this unprecedented pandemic due to the COVID19, there have been many discussions and concerns about how to handle cytological specimens and how to protect the health of our laboratory personnel and ourselves, while maintaining the best possible service to our patients and our requesting doctors.

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Corona Virus - IAC Examinations

Postponed examinations.

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