Path Grand Rounds: Dr. Michael Haffner
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Michael Haffner, MD
Fred Hutch/University of Washington
Dr. Michael Haffner
“Histomorphological Clues in Prostate Cancer: Lessons Learned from Molecular Pathology Studies”
Prostate cancer is the most common malignancy in men in the US. Although diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer have greatly improved over the past decade, there is still a lot to be learned about this complex disease. Histomorphological assessment of prostate cancer can provide a unique opportunity to uncover important biological clues. In this seminar, we will review novel insight into prostate cancer biology through the lens of the pathologist and we will explore molecular alterations that contribute to morphological changes that are used diagnostically.