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College of American Pathologists
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Northfield, IL 60093
847-832-7000; fax 847-832-8153

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Bob McGonnagle
847-832-7476

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Sherrie L. Rice
847-832-7504
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Kimberly Carey
847-832-7249
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847-832-7245
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847-832-7456,
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847-832-7377
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847-832-7528
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847-832-7980
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