Re: Cork

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From:Shirley Powell <powell_sa@Mercer.EDU>
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Try office supply for small bulletin boards of cork, or you can use thin blocks
of paraffin solidified in a box and then remove the box.  That is what the
hospitals around here use, just pin the specimen to the paraffin block with
large T pins from a craft store and float upside down in the container of

Shirley Powell wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I have been looking for a supplier of sheets of corkboard approximately 1/4
> to 1/2 inch thick for pinning large breast sections.  If anyone has any info
> about this I would very much appreciate it!!!!!    Thanks
> Jeanne Godine

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