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/ October 16, 2019 / by beaconlbs
Featured Lab-Of-Choice: GenPath Diagnostics
BeaconLBS has invited the Labs-of-Choice™ to provide some more information about themselves for a blog series featuring each of the Labs-of-Choice. The following content was provided by the featured lab, GenPath Diagnostics.
Company Description: Anatomic Pathology Laboratory; Women’s Health Laboratory
GenPath is a full service pathology laboratory specializing in Oncology, Urology, and Women’s Health, with 20 years of diagnostic experience, employing specialized pathologists in a wide range of subspecialties. From routine clinical and special coagulation testing, to complex genomic testing for tumor sequencing and hereditary cancer syndromes, GenPath offers healthcare providers key tools in the formation of a personalized treatment pathway. GenPath Women’s Health specializes in diagnostic needs for MFM, OB/Gyn, and related subspecialties, offering a full-service test menu including prenatal/maternal risk assessment, carrier testing, pregnancy thrombophilia, and infectious diseases.
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