Year 2009

Volume 18, Issue 1

From the Chief Editor

Dear Fellows and Members,

Happy New Year! Time flies, and here is another issue of Pathologue.

In the Message from the President, Dr. NG Wing Fung shared with us his vision regarding the future of pathology practice and the College. The 17th Annual General Meeting (AGM) and the 17th T.B. Teoh Foundation Lecture were well attended. As in previous years, we have captured the happy and exciting moments for your memory. The 17th T.B. Teoh Foundation Lecture was delivered by Professor KAN Yuet Wai and entitled “Haemoglobin Genetics, from Diagnosis to Treatment”. The 4th Trainee Presentation Session took place on the same day of the AGM. The winner this year, Dr. Doris CHING, presented the detective work undertaken by the Toxicology Reference Laboratory of Princess Margaret Hospital in identifying the local Outbreak of Hypoglycaemia: Sexual Enhancement Products Containing Oral Hypoglycaemic Agent.

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Volume 18, Issue 2

From the Chief Editor

Dear Fellows and Members,

Molecular biology is becoming the bread-and-butter of pathology in the 21st century. For our featured article of this issue, the Era of Molecular Biology in Diagnostic Pathology, the Editorial Board has invited Fellows of different subspecialties to provide their views on this subject. The importance of molecular pathology in the current practice of pathology was further explored in the Message from the President by Dr. Wing Fung NG. In his message, Dr. NG also highlighted the recent changes in the training requirements for our trainees.

In the Topical Update from the Education Committee, Dr. Morris TAI discussed on the Global Standardization of HbA1c. On a lighter side in the Out of the Whitecoat section, One Pathologist’s Passion of Trekking to the High Mountains, Dr. Harold P.H. YU recollected his fascinating encounter with the mountains and people from different parts of the world.

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