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Figure 4: Public recognition of telepathology. (a) Dr. Weinstein being honored at Armed Forces Institute of Pathology for his pioneering work in creating the field telepathology, on May 22, 1986. (b) American and European pioneers in robotic telepathology meet for the first time at the University of Tromsø, in Tromsø, Norway, in 1993. L to R - R. S. Weinstein, K. J. Bloom (United States), and I. Nordrum (standing) and T. Ide, M. D. (seated) (Norway). (c) Drs. A. Bhattacharyya and R. S. Weinstein, in Tucson, AZ, rendering the first USA-China static-image surgical telepathology diagnosis in Hangzhou, China, on October 3, 1993.[37],[38],[54] (d) Bruce E. Dunn, M. D., in Milwaukee, WI (3rd from the left, white lab coat) in 1996 receiving a US Department of Veterans Affairs “Hammer Award” for innovation in telepathology from US Vice President Al Gore (5th from the left)

Figure 4: Public recognition of telepathology. (a) Dr. Weinstein being honored at Armed Forces Institute of Pathology for his pioneering work in creating the field telepathology, on May 22, 1986. (b) American and European pioneers in robotic telepathology meet for the first time at the University of Tromsø, in Tromsø, Norway, in 1993. L to R - R. S. Weinstein, K. J. Bloom (United States), and I. Nordrum (standing) and T. Ide, M. D. (seated) (Norway). (c) Drs. A. Bhattacharyya and R. S. Weinstein, in Tucson, AZ, rendering the first USA-China static-image surgical telepathology diagnosis in Hangzhou, China, on October 3, 1993.<sup>[37],[38],[54]</sup> (d) Bruce E. Dunn, M. D., in Milwaukee, WI (3<sup>rd</sup> from the left, white lab coat) in 1996 receiving a US Department of Veterans Affairs “Hammer Award” for innovation in telepathology from US Vice President Al Gore (5<sup>th</sup> from the left)