Sounds like a bourbon legend to me. Any evidence to back up this claim? Several and 3 dying-- hmmmm.
More likely they were cleaning their 'tomes with carbon tet while swilling lab alcohol.
At 12:56 PM -0500 2/15/08, Bonner, Janet wrote:
>And this was not an arbitrary rule.....several techs at a University in the USA contracted Hepatitis from drinking their coffee which became contaminated by particulate aerosol from the specimen being worked on... and three of them died. -True story. And the beginning of of this regulation.
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