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Setting the pace for the medical laboratory profession, a relaunched Lab Medicine harnessed new energy and feedback from readers to deliver an enhanced website and print edition to better serve members. “We are moving forward with a renewed commitment to serve the needs of medical laboratory professionals and biomedical science,” wrote new Lab Medicine Editor-in-Chief Roger L. Bertholf, PhD. “Our profession is changing. Continuing education, always essential for competent professional practice, has been embraced by certifying and licensing agencies, and many laboratory professionals are required to complete a minimum number of continuing education credits before they can renew their licensure or certification.” Elevating its status to become a premier biomedical journal, Lab Medicine provides abundant opportunities for professional development, including the continuing education requirements for certification and licensure.