I would think it's a matter of personal preference whether people do or do not wear gloves to coverslip. There is a certain obligation on the part of experienced people to warn inexperienced people of potential dangers, but that's it. However, I always used to insist that people did their coverslipping in a fume hood, because I was right there in the same room with them. What they did to their own bodies was their business, but it became mine if I was involuntarily sharing their risk.
on 17/04/2003 1:17 AM, Amy at email@example.com wrote:
To each his/her own. If I feel the need to play in traffic, then I will suffer the consequences--IF there are any. I'm always careful and look both ways.
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