Kaiser Permanente to Evaluate Neopath's AutoPap 300 QC System

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Oncology NEWS InternationalOncology NEWS International Vol 5 No 8
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REDMOND, Wash--NeoPath Inc has signed an agreement with Kaiser Permanente to install AutoPap 300 QC Systems at its Northern California facility. Following a successful evaluation, Kaiser Permanente anticipates making the technology available to its nearly 2.5 million Northern California members.

REDMOND, Wash--NeoPath Inc has signed an agreement with KaiserPermanente to install AutoPap 300 QC Systems at its Northern Californiafacility. Following a successful evaluation, Kaiser Permanenteanticipates making the technology available to its nearly 2.5million Northern California members.

The AutoPap System rescreens Pap smear slides initially classifiedas normal, using high-speed image processing computers, videoimaging technology, and image interpretation software. In clinicaltrials in US laboratories, the system improved the detection rateof false-negative smears.

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