CJD one final comment
|From:||LuAnn Anderson <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
Sorry, but I just don't get this!! When precautions are available, why wouldn't
you WANT to take them to protect yourself and others?? Yes, I know the risk is
probably minimal,and yes,I know cases will sneak through, but when presented
with a suspect case where the patient had classic symtoms and EEG readings, it
seems silly not to take ALL available precautions, hassle or not!! My son's
biology class is doing dissections (pig brain, cow heart etc.) and the school
has been told in no uncertain terms that the kid's must wear gloves while
dissecting. These are low risk tissues obtained specifically for teaching
purposes, however, low risk does not exempt them from taking proper precautions.
Marilyn. yes, small labs throughout Minnesota send their suspected cases either
to the University or the Mayo for diagnosis. THey tend not to be set up for
doing these procedures. I too, thought this was pretty standard practice.
I loved the SETI motto.
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