Read about how Amicus used ePathology in an innovative study performed under GLP

With current glass slide methods, sharing and scoring slides within a study from one pathologist to another at a different organization or site, meant that slides had to be packed, shipped and tracked. Often the reading pathologist was required to follow the slides to their location, losing time and increasing study costs.

To better understand data accuracy and productivity impacts utilizing ePathology, a study was performed by Amicus Therapeutics. This whitepaper compares conventional microscopy versus ePathology and the impact of reader accuracy and productivity during a GLP clinical study.

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