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Who is this "great" "intelligent" man?  I saw no credentials after your
name.  Why is a man of your "great intelligence" JUST a lab manager???
Why not PhD, or for that matter, M.D.?  Have you been in the business so
long you've forgotten what it's like to be just starting out?  Does it
really make you feel good to try and belittle others?  I must say, I'm
certainly glad that I don't work in your lab.
As for stupid questions, there's no such thing.  I would say it's better
to ask any question rather than ruin a whole batch of patient samples.
What if that were your specimen Erwin, & the tech was unsure of what
they were doing but didn't ask because they were afraid to ask a "stupid
question" , would you like to get cut open again?
For all you high & mighty "know it alls" maybe you all should get your
own forum that way you won't get bored, or maybe that's the problem, you
might actually get challenged.
Another  intelligent new histotech with an AAS degree and over 10years
in healthcare


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