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From:Luis Chiriboga <>
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I regret to inform you that your patent entitled "A novel method for
producing stained sections."
infringes on a previous patent entitled "A method, procedure, formula,
manner, process, technique, way and a system, strategy, plan,  scheme,
modus operandi  for  doing histology"  This is a world wide patent
issued for 20 years or the end of the world,  which ever comes first .
It has come to our attention that you are attempting to circumvent the
aforementioned patent. Be aware that being the party in the first part,
you will be contacted by several hundred lawyers who will prohibit,
forbid, bar, disallow, halt and prevent you and all parties from doing
any histological techniques without seeking permission, authorization,
consent, sanction form our office.  In addition,  you must pay a royalty
/licensing fee  estimated to be equal to but not exceeding 90% of your
gross income.
We hope this will clarify all question revolving around this issue.
Have a nice day
Bill M. Esquire

Law Offices of  Charlatan and Quackery Inc.


> Imagination.
> 1.  Read my new cookery book - but don't you dare to try any of
> the recipes.
> 2.  Bad news for you lot - I have just patented -
> "A novel method for producing stained sections."
>  (otherwise known as "hematoxylin and eosin")
> Be aware, I have this patent worldwide to include
>  "haematoxylin and eosin"
> Only a joke!!!  OK?
> Russ Allison,
> Dental School
> Cardiff
> Wales

Luis Chiriboga Ph.D HT(ASCP)QIHC
Department of Pathology 4W27
Bellevue Hospital
NYU School of Medicine
First Avenue & 27th Street
New York, NY 10016

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