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This is an archive of the Commission of Inquiry on Hormone Receptor Testing website, which was last updated in April 2009
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Exhibit Listing

Public Exhibit In Camera Exhibit Description of Exhibit Date Entered into Evidence Witness / Counsel Entered Under
P-2623   Excerpts from Ackerman's Surgical Pathology by Juan Rosai, M.D., Volume Two, Eighth Edition, pages 1620 and 1621 15-Sep-08 Nebojsa Denic
P-2624   Excerpts from Rosai Ackerman's Surgical Pathology by Juan Rosai, M.D., Volume Two, Ninth Edition, pages 1818 and 1819 15-Sep-08 Nebojsa Denic
P-2625   Excerpts from Pathology of the Breast by Fattaneh A. Tavassoli, MD, AFIP, Second Edition, pages 1620 and 1621 15-Sep-08 Nebojsa Denic
P-2626   The Royal College of Pathologists article entitled The recognition and roles of specialist cellular pathologists June 2006 15-Sep-08 Nebojsa Denic
P-2627   Article by R. Blamey L. Cataliotti entitled The requirements of a specialist Breast Unit 15-Sep-08 Nebojsa Denic
P-2628   UKNEQAS Volume 1, Issue 2, article entitled Immunocytochemistry  15-Sep-08 Nebojsa Denic
P-2621   Presentation by David J. Dabbs, MD entitled Best Practices for Hormone Receptor Testing by Immunohistochemistry 15-Sep-08 David Dabbs
P-2622   Curriculum Vitae for David J. Dabbs, M.S., M.D., Department of Pathology, UPMC-Magee Women's Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA 15-Sep-08 David Dabbs
P-2629   American Journal of Clinical Pathology (2007;127:356-365) Study entitled Comparison of Evaluations for Hormone Receptors in Breast Carcinoma Using Two Manual and Three Automated Immunohistochemical Assays  15-Sep-08 David Dabbs
P-2630   Review Article (Volume 16, Number 2, March 2008) entitled Quantitative Immunohistochemistry of Estrogen Receptor in Breast Cancer "Much Ado About Nothing" by Mehrdad Nadji, MD, FCAP 15-Sep-08 David Dabbs