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About 75 percent of pathologists work in community hospitals directing the activities of pathology laboratories. Most pathologists working in hospitals are responsible for the blood bank supplies. Many also perform laboratory services for physicians and medical clinics affiliated with the hospitals. In most hospitals, pathologists work in a team, sharing various duties. They may, however, specialize in different areas of clinical pathology.

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