JSPD is a prestigious journal publishing articles in the field of surgical pathology, celebrating the 10th Anniversary with the support of all the authors who have published in our esteemed journal by contributing.
It gives us great pleasure to read the eminent researches like you all your recent publications which had a great impact on its readers. We believe that your future work will be equally influencing. Hence, on behalf of our Journal, we take the privilege of welcoming you to share any of your current research for publication in upcoming (Volume 3 Issue 1) of the Journal.
Surgical pathologists have the definitive role in tumor diagnosis. No matter how high the index of clinical suspicion, the diagnosis of cancer is not conclusively established nor safely assumed in the absence of a tissue diagnosis. With very few exceptions, definitive therapy for cancer should not be undertaken in the absence of a tissue diagnosis. Policies supporting this practice are written into the bylaws of most hospitals and are regularly monitored by hospital tissue committees and by accrediting agencies.
It is the task of the surgical pathologist to provide an accurate, specific, and sufficiently comprehensive diagnosis to enable the clinician to develop an optimal plan of treatment and, to the extent possible, estimate prognosis. There was a time not many years ago when the simple designation “benign” or “malignant” provided the clinician with all of the information necessary to provide appropriate care for the patient. This is no longer the case. Cancer is not a single disease. There are more than 300 distinct varieties of tumors, each with a characteristic biology. Moreover, tumors have a course of historical development and progression; in an individual patient, they may be first recognized at any stage along that course. The tremendous advances in all fields of oncology require a great deal of additional information, and nearly every case, in fact, requires a fuller understanding of the patient's particular tumor to allow the most appropriate classification for research, for prognosis, and for therapeutic intervention.
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Journal of Surgical Pathology and Diagnosis