Re: Top Anatomic Pathologists

From:Phyllis Davie

    Perhaps you could tell us a little more about your project?  I am loathe
to give out other people's names without knowing more about how they will be
used.  You might be an insurance salesman, or a telemarketer, or anything at
all for all we know.  In fact, having been burnt before, IF you will
describe your project in more detail, the MOST I will offer is to forward it
to potentially interested parties.  Thus, it will be at their discretion,
and their control, as to whether or not to contact you.  I am sorry to be so
reticent, but these are the times in which we live.


Phyllis Davie, MT(ASCP)
Clinical Laboratory Supervisor
PhenoPath Laboratories
3000 First Ave., #1
Seattle, WA 98121

on 7/24/01 2:06 PM, Scott Barbour at wrote:

> Hey guys, I'm so glad I found this group! I'm working on a research project
> for which I need to identify the top (50-100) board-certified Anatomic
> Pathologists in the area of immunohystochemistry. Is there such a list? Any
> help would be greatly appreciated.
> Scott
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