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Current Articles

  • Prof. Dr. med. Dr. phil. Torsten Haferlach
    from 30.09.2020
    Automation & Artificial Intelligence
    BELUGA - A Prospective, Registered Study on the Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Hematology

    Even before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we saw how strongly digitalization is shaping our private and professional lives and will continue to do so in the future. This also applies to innovations for daily work in the paperless Munich Leukemia Laboratory (MLL), such as the complete digitalization of all medical findings in a constantly improving digital infrastructure. However, AI will mark a new era for medical diagnostic services as well. 

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  • Dr. med. Christian Pohlkamp
    from 30.09.2020
    MLL News
    On our own behalf: Optimizing the quality of service

    It is our job to offer you the current repertoire of state-of-the-art leukemia diagnostic services in the Munich Leukemia Laboratory (MLL). To fully optimize the diagnostic process, the integrity of the sample collected is of great importance, both to provide reliable test results and to apply the requisite methods within the operating workflow. So that we may always be able to best serve you as the sender of the sample and the affected patients, we would like to explain some important aspects of the pre-analytical phase, which includes blood and bone marrow sample collection, handling and transport to the laboratory.

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