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I'd like to give you an update of the progress of my Best of the Histonet 
project for the NSH national newsletter.

I have found it very time consuming to check posts for appropriate threads. 
I usually wait several days or even weeks to see the outcome before trying 
to get the replys together. By "appropriate" I mean educational and 
non-controversial. For instance I won't bother with the long discussions on 
lab personnel problems. Discussions about regulatory topics are not good 
either since some posts may not meet regulations and I would be spreading 
mis-information. Also , regulations differ between countries and some may 
not realize that.

I have been surprized at the number of good topics that are not taken up and 
followed through on. I wonder if people are responding off the net and the 
originator never bothers to let us know the outcome.

I don't want to publish threads with only one or two reply's so I may miss a 
few good things, but I want variety of answers to problems, not just one 
opinion or method (unless it is really extraordinary). I have thought of 
publishing something on all the out-of-the-ordinary methods that some people 
use just to show the huge variety of work being done by people on the 

Any ideas?

Tim Morken, B.A., EMT(MSA), HTL(ASCP)
Infectious Disease Pathology
Centers for Disease Control
1600 Clifton Rd.
Atlanta, GA 30333


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