RE: "stupid" questions

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From:"Montague, Donna C" <>
To:"'Connolly, Brett'" <>
Date:Wed, 09 Jun 1999 15:21:20 -0500
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Clostridium infection (the lead in pencils is actually graphite (carbon)).
Do be careful out there. Tongue firmly in cheek, Donna

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From: Connolly, Brett []
Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 1999 12:55 PM
Subject: RE: "stupid" questions

	I'm sorry I missed the stupid question post. I must have deleted it
based on the subject line.

	My question:  
	If I accidently lop off my hand with an old, rusty steel microtome
blade and then jam a #2 pencil into the severed artery to stop the bleeding,
should I be more concerned about possible lead poisoning or a Clostridium
tetani infection?


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