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Prepare Submissions Now for the CAP23 Abstract Program
Abstract and case study submissions to the College of American Pathologists (CAP) 2023 Abstract Program will be accepted beginning at 9 a.m. Monday, January 9 through 5 p.m. Central time Friday, March 10, 2023.
Accepted submissions will appear on the Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Web site as a Web-only supplement to the September 2023 issue. Awards will be presented to the winners of the Top 5 Junior Member Abstract Program.
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The Archives is the monthly, peer-reviewed medical journal of the College of American Pathologists. It offers global reach and the highest measured readership among pathology journals. Published since 1926, the Archives was voted in 2009 the only pathology journal among the top 100 most influential journals of the past 100 years by the Bio Medical and Life Sciences Division of the Special Libraries Association. Online access to the full-text and PDF files of Archives articles is free. The Archives is an official publication of the College of American Pathologists.