Rate of Change Follows a Geometric Curve

Rate of Change Follows a Geometric Curve

JANUARY WAS A WILD MONTH FOR COMPANIES OFFERING automated cytology products. January opened with new CPT codes for automated cytology procedures taking effect. January closed with news that the FDA’s advisory panel, convened on January 28, recommended approval of the PMA supplement of NeoPath, Inc.’s automated cytology instrument for primary screening of Pap smears.

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