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From:Bert klein Brink <bkleinbr@rijnstate.nl>
To:"'histonet@pathology.swmed.edu'" <histonet@pathology.swmed.edu>
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dear listers,

Yesterday I asked for information about samples of cytostatica-treated patients.
It's nearly the same as chemotherapy.

For example. A fresh urine sample of a patient who's just treated with for example endotax (a chemotherapeuticum). The sample must be divided in several centifuge tubes. The danger in fact are the aerosoles when pouring the sample into another centrifuge tube.

How must we handle this to do this safely as possible.

Bert klein Brink
(the other side of the ocean)

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