Re: Used Microtomes

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From:Lee & Peggy Wenk <>
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For anyone with extra microtomes that they want to get rid of -

Have you considered a college with a histology course? Colleges
do not have a lot of money and could use good used equipment.

Or how about a histotechnology program? The NAACLS accrediting
site lists 25 programs. Trust me, HT programs need help too.

If you want a list of HT programs in the US, go to

put in HT programs, all states (or the state you
live in).

Any histology equipment, in good working order,
would be appreciated.

Additional bonus - if you do it right, you are
donating to a college or hospital, so they are 
non-profit, and your hospital can use it as
a donation. That means savings.

Hope that helps someone out there.

Peggy A. Wenk, HTL(ASCP)
William Beaumont Hospital
Royal Oak, MI 48073 wrote:
> Hello Fellow Netters:
> The histology unit at SB has 5 used microtomes from Cambridge England that we
> are trying to find a home they are Free, but you will have to pay for shipping.
> The microtomes are Anglia Scientific, type 300.  If anyone is interested please
> contact me at the address below.
> Latitia E. Floyd
> SmithKline Beecham
> 709 Swedland Rd
> King of Prussia, PA 19406-0939
> Phone: (610) 270-7629
> Fax: (610) 270-7202

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