And it will keep that way until histotechs star demanding what is deserved!
Have you realized that histotechs are the only specialists in the medical lab that have to make decisions all along the process?
When to reject a too thick slice of tissue to assure proper processing?
What part to embed to cut?
Up to where trim the block discarding parts of the specimen FOR EVER?!
Which section to take or which to discard FOR EVER?!
When to stop differentiation in a special stain?
There is no other area of the ML that has to take so many decisions, and they are better paid. And will be until the HTs decide to take action and demand what is deserved.
Just my opinion (as usual!).
"Dawson, Glen" wrote:
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