RE: Histotechnology for Dummies?

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From:"Pam Marcum" <>
To:"Becky Scholes" <>, <>, <>
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I hope she researched the "more money" part carefully and knows it takes
studying and testing.  Have her contact ASCP and find out what is involved
in registering before she jumps in.  Just on the job training is not enough.
Pam Marcum

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From: Becky Scholes []
Sent: Tuesday, May 02, 2000 11:50 PM
Subject: Re: Histotechnology for Dummies?

Definitely give her a box of Bandaids.

>From: "Janssen,Mark X" <>
>To: "'Histonet'" <>
>Subject: Histotechnology for Dummies?
>Date: Tue, 2 May 2000 10:43:48 -0700
>We have a super 17 yr employee in our lab (age 35), about to abandon us for
>another job in another lab where she hopes to be cross-trained as a
>histotech (and make more money with shorter hours, closer to home, etc.).
>We will have a party/wake next week.  I am looking for clever, unusual,
>inexpensive, going away gift suggestions.
>Is there an equivalent of "Histotechnology for Dummies?"
>Does anyone have a compilation of new-histotech jokes and/or stories,
>Mark Janssen, MD

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