American Society for Cytotechnology

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Founded in 1979, the American Society for Cytotechnology is a professional organization dedicated to the field of cytotechnology.[1] The ASCT promotes cytotechnology through the development of practice standards,[2] and by staying up to date regarding emerging technologies and the legislative and regulatory issues within the field. As well, the Society offers Cytotechnology related educational opportunities.[3]

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  1. ^ http://www.cervicalcancercampaign.org/partners/profiles.html, National Cerical Cancer, Public Education campaign, Campaign Partner Profiles, Campaign Partners, American Society for Cytotechnology, Retrieved October 22, 2010.
  2. ^ Ashton, PR (1989). "American Society for Cytotechnology quality assurance survey data. Summary report". Acta cytologica 33 (4): 451–4. PMID 2750434. 
  3. ^ http://www.asct.com/strateplan.html, American Society for Cytotechnology, Strategic Plan, Retrieved October 22, 2010.

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