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Articles from Medical Laboratory Observer (March 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
Addressing management issues: nonactive medical director and core lab supervisor working too many hours. (Management Q&A). Frings, Christopher S. 1610
AHA/CDC panel issues recommendations on CRP testing. (Proteomics). 137
Answering your questions: hemolysis in serologic specimens, infant stool collection and capillary blood for blood gasses. (Tips from the Clinical Experts). Baer, Daniel M. 1714
Be the first to know with Philippe Sans: bioMerieux North America's President & CEO. (Expert Opinion). Stevens, Celia 1568
Blessed by special children. (Letters to the Editor). Letter to the Editor 400
Competitive bidding provokes controversy. (Washington Report). Bersch, Carren 583
CRP improves cardiovascular risk prediction in metabolic syndrome. (Proteomics). Brief Article 150
Everyday QA: A case study. (Lab Management). McKenzie, Ann; Ballance, Lisa 2516
Find new employment. (Letters to the Editor). Letter to the Editor 80
HHS extends use of rapid HIV test to new sites nationwide. (News). Brief Article 144
HHS to propose increased funding for cancer screening. (News). Brief Article 96
Micro-Albumin Assay. (Industry Update: New Products/New Technology). 98
More education needed. (Letters to the Editor). Letter to the Editor 255
More HPV types linked to cervical cancer. (News). Brief Article 112
Pass the biscuits, and watch your mouth. (From the Editor). Stevens, Celia 475
Refrigerators and chillers. (Product Focus). Bersch, Carren 878
Software piracy and the laboratory. (Liability and the Lab). Harty-Golden, Barbara 910
Task force recommends more diabetes screening. (News). Brief Article 150
The HPV DNA virus hybrid capture assay: what is it--and where do we go from here? (Cover Story). Vernick, John P.; Steigman, Carmen K. 3287
Virtue has its own reward, but no box office *. (Salary Survey). Bersch, Carren 1131

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