Recently, a new technology has become available for screening the esophagus for early detection of at-risk patients for cancer. Esophageal cancer has one of the highest mortality rates. Watch this interview with Rob Odze, a pathologist who works with the technology, and learn more about how this could impact the practice of clinicians, pathologists, and laboratory professionals involved in upper endoscopy services.
-Dan Milner, MD, MSc, spent 10 years at Harvard where he taught pathology, microbiology, and infectious disease. He began working in Africa in 1997 as a medical student and has built an international reputation as an expert in cerebral malaria. In his current role as Chief Medical officer of ASCP, he leads all PEPFAR activities as well as the Partners for Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment in Africa Initiative.