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  • More Than Just a Number

    To work in the clinical laboratory profession is to be someone that upholds the highest standards of quality and patient safety, right? I think the majority of my colleagues would agree with that. Working in our profession, we do have the ability to say honestly that we save lives every day, but there is something about that statement ...
    Posted to New to the Lab (Weblog) on May 2, 2016
  • Consequences of Flint’s Water Crisis, Part 2

    A major challenge facing the Flint community in years to come will be identifying which children are at the highest risk of contamination-related problems and determining all future evidence of injury. This will be critical because, even after lead exposure stops, the effects could last for years—or can even become permanent. Making future ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Discourse: Lab (Weblog) on March 16, 2016
  • Consequences of Flint’s Water Crisis, Part 1

    No one expects having to fear consumption of their local water supply. Yet residents of Flint, Mich., are currently experiencing just that due to the city’s self-induced water crisis. After dangerous amounts of lead were found in Flint’s drinking water, a state of emergency for the area was declared. This water crisis stems from the city ...
    Posted to ADVANCE Discourse: Lab (Weblog) on February 17, 2016