There are over 1.5 billion biopsy slides reviewed in the United States each year. But with so many of them isolated on physical media or stored in localized drives, their value is limited to whatever on-site researchers can uncover in a typical workflow.
We wondered what could be accomplished if clinicians could work more closely together on these slides, no matter the distance between them. If a doctor in Kyoto could answer the important questions raised by her colleagues in New York, they could discover solutions that neither would have ever formed separately.
For the first time in medical history, Proscia makes this possible. Borders and time zones no longer constrain pathologists from exploring data together, moving closer to the answers they seek.