Our Stories

Our stories demonstrate the impact on patient care by the specialty of pathology through our programs and grants, most notably by See, Test & Treat—our flagship humanitarian program. All of these stories would not be possible without the support of CAP members, staff, corporations, foundations, patient advocacy groups, health institutions, and laboratory communities.

See, Test & Treat Through a Resident’s Eyes

Adeyinka Akinsanya leaned over a table, chatting with the teenager standing opposite him and explaining the slides he’d slipped under a microscope setup between them. Akinsanya, a second-year resident in the Department of Pathology at Indiana University School of Medicine, said he loves educational moments like this. Often people don’t fully comprehend the work that […]

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From the President: Join the CAP Foundation at CAP22

If you’re anything like me and the rest of the CAP Foundation, we’re excited for autumn: the sweaters, the falling leaves, the pumpkin spice … and the CAP22 annual meeting! That’s right, the CAP Foundation will be in New Orleans October 8–11 for the biggest pathology event of the year. And this year is sure […]

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See, Test & Treat Gives Patient Crucial Diagnosis, Care

Claudia Orozco knew the risks of cervical cancer before she checked in for her appointment at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx during their See, Test & Treat program in May of 2021. The disease upended Claudia’s family when her mother died from cervical cancer at the age of 33. Even so, Claudia had not […]

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‘Get Involved Early,’ Says Leadership Award Winner

You would not know it hearing her talk about her residency at the University of Chicago Medical Center and her future fellowship plans, but Jasmine Vickery, MD, tells the CAP Foundation she feels like she got a late start in pathology involvement outside of the day-to-day responsibilities and demands of her residency. “I wish I […]

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Foundation Reports on $2.3 Million Fundraising Effort

A new report from the CAP Foundation covers everything you need to know about the Empowering Our Future campaign, which successfully raised over $2.358 million from six corporate and 64 individual donors in 2021 to support pathologists and their patients for years to come. The Empowering Our Future 2021 Campaign Report gets the inside scoop […]

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Dr. Bharati Jhaveri Establishes Pathology Fund

Having spent a 30-year career in laboratories all over the world both as a leading pathologist and CAP accreditation inspector, Bharati Jhaveri, MD, FCAP, has learned what pathologists, their laboratories, and their patients need to ensure quality health care. In recent years, Dr. Jhaveri has used her expertise and philanthropy to become more involved with […]

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Foundation Reflects on 2021 Achievements

In 2021, the world faced more surprises, ups and downs, and starts and restarts in a second, turbulent pandemic year. But thanks to our dedicated pathologists, supporters, and volunteers, 2021 was a historical year of support and impact for the CAP Foundation. Responding to the ongoing pandemic, the CAP Foundation continued to provide safe, essential […]

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Dr. Barbarajean Magnani Talks Novels, CAP Foundation

Barbarajean Magnani, MD, PhD, FCAP, has found success in both the medical laboratory and on the written page, connecting with patients and readers through her dual career as a pathologist and novelist. (Her authorial pursuits were previously spotlighted in a 2019 CAP Foundation Our Story.) The main character of her novels, Dr. Lily Robinson, is […]

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