Editor's Pick

Top picks of interest that have been shared over the past year.

Media Pick
Cervical Awareness Month

January is Cervical Awareness Month. LTO will share information on Cervical Health throughout the month.  Learn more.

Cervical Health Female Reproductive System
Peer-reviewed Articles
HPV Test - When is it Ordered?

Several health organizations have recommendations on when to get screened for cervical cancer. HPV testing may be ordered as part of screening when you are at average risk of cervical cancer and between the ages of 30 and 65. View the summary of screening recommendations for average risk women: Learn more

Thyroid Panel - Why to Get Tested?

When To get Tested? When you have signs and symptoms suggesting hypo- or hyperthyroidism due to a condition affecting the thyroid: Learn more.

LTO on the Move
Partner Spotlight: Lymphoma Research Foundation

Lymphoma Research Foundation (LRF) has joined Lab Tests Online as a Champion Partner. Like Lab Tests Online, LRF is committed to patient education. In particular, LRF is devoted to improving care through education and support services and outcomes through investment in promising lymphoma research. Their mission is to eradicate lymphoma and serve all those impacted by this blood cancer. Learn more about Lymphoma and LRF.


LTO Showcases Its Benefits at Patient Symposium

ASCP Patient Champions and the National Kidney Foundation co-hosted the second annual Patient Symposium to help patients understand laboratory testing for chronic kidney disease, kidney cancer, diabetes, and other kidney-related diseases. Health providers, pathologists, and patients shared knowledge of resources available. Dr. Christine Snozek, Lab Tests Online Executive Editor, provided attendees with an overview of how the LTO site helps patients better understand their tests and navigate the testing process.

ASCP LTO EDITOR Presentation
People's Picks - Top Ranked Articles

Here are the Top Read Lab Tests Online articles:Top 5 2018

1. Test - Urinalysis

2. Condition - Autoimmune Disease

3. Glossary - Polycythemia

4. Feature - Reference Ranges and What They Mean

5. News - FDA Warns Biotin May Affect Some Blood Work