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Human pathology is designed to bring to the laboratory and clinical physician, and to the student, authoritative information of clinicopathologic significance to human disease. Its primary goal is the presentation of information drawn from morphologic and clinical laboratory studies having direct relevance to the understanding of diseases of humans. Accordingly, it is intended that the journal embrace articles concerned with morphologic and clinicopathologic observations, reviews of a disease or group of diseases, analyses of problems in pathology, significant collections of case material, and new advances in concepts or techniques of value in the analysis and diagnosis of disease. Theoretical and experimental pathology and molecular biology pertinent to the diseases of humans will be included. The journal articles will be of interest to all physicians engaged in the clinical and laboratory practice of medicine as well as to teachers of pathology and clinical medicine. They will be critical and authoritative. Above all, they will embody a point of view.