"Automated Cytology Update"

SBCL Makes System-Wide Commitment To AutoPap

Hands-on use of new Pap technology provides strong evidence of improved screening outcomes

SOMEONE ALWAYS HAS TO BE FIRST to adopt new technology. In the case of automated cytology, it will be SmithKline Beecham Clinical Laboratories (SBCL).

SBCL and NeoPath, Inc. announced a four-year national agreement between the two companies on October 9 which will eventually allow SBCL to process 100% of its annual Pap smear volume using NeoPath’s

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