Re: [Histonet] shark histology

From:"Cindy Robinson"

I'm a histotech with a daughter who is a lawyer.  She has heard me and my husband (who is an engineer) rant and rave about lawyers and frivolous lawsuits during her formative years.  Needless to say, when she gets a client who wants to proceed with legal action for questionable reasons she tries to counsel them more like she is a psychologist rather than an attorney.  Lawyers get a bad rep mostly because ethical does not equal moral values.  There are a few who try to blend the ethical with the moral.

Just my 2 cents.

Cindi Robinson HT(ASCP)
MMC-Sioux City
Dunes Medical Laboratories
350 W Anchor Dr
Dakota Dunes SD 57049

>>> "Joe Nocito"  7/27/2007 7:47 AM >>>
are we talking about lawyers here? Sorry, couldn't resist. Must be Friday.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "louise renton" 
Sent: Friday, July 27, 2007 4:28 AM
Subject: [Histonet] shark histology

> Dear all (especially fishy people)
> We are trying to identify some cellular stuctures in sections of newborn
> shark head. Is there a good histology atlas (online resource even better)
> that anyone can recommend? We are way out of our depth on this one (ha 
> ha).
> Unless there is someone out there who wouln't mind helping us if we 
> provide
> a micrograph????
> best regards & have a great weekend
> -- 
> Louise Renton
> Bone Research Unit
> University of the Witwatersrand
> Johannesburg
> South Africa
> "There are nights when the wolves are silent and only the moon howls".
> George Carlin
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