CAMP PODS is a webinar series consisting of 10 sessions, one-hour in length, which will take place on the first Thursday of each month, excluding January's session.
The goal of this series is to build a strong Oncology Laboratory Medicine community, where best practices and common challenges can be discussed. Insights gained will be key to implement across Canada and will help streamline laboratory workflows and practice for laboratory medicine, the end result of which will be improvements in the patient journey.
Presentation 2: Molecular Subtyping of Urothelial Carcinoma: Pathological Correlation and Clinical Impact - Dr. Peter Black & Dr. Gang Wang
By the end of the discussion, an audience member will:
1. Appreciate the evolving concept of molecular subtypes in urothelial carcinoma.
2. Understand the pathological variants of urothelial carcinoma, their molecular correlation, and the impact in the practice of pathology.
3. Appreciate the potential clinical application of the molecular subtypes in urothelial carcinoma.