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Anatomy Now, our electronic newsletter, is a top member benefit, regularly ranking high in member surveys. Each issue includes breaking news on activities within (and adjacent to) our community, public policy updates, research breakthroughs, membership profiles, and industry accomplishments.

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Schedule: Anatomy Now is emailed every other Wednesday.

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