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  • Patient Care Through the Kaleidoscope of the Laboratory By Jessica Lawless MLS(ASCP) CM   I sit here on my back patio looking at my colorful Tibetan prayer flats and my rainbow pride lights, and I am reminded of how beautiful diversity can be. ...

  • Bridge Builder: How I navigated my first year as a laboratory scientist during a pandemic. By: Jasmine Belton, MLS(ASCP) cm The builder lifted his old gray head; “Good friend, in the path I have come,” he said, “There followed after me to-day ...

  • My Career Bookends and ASCLS in the middle? Demetra “Toula” Castillo, M.Ad.Ed., MLS(ASCP)CM Almost 25 years ago, I made the best decision ever when I started in a medical technology program.  I began working as a student in the hematology lab ...

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  • The Most Common Questions I Face as a Traveler Cheyenne Reyes, MLS(ASCP) cm   “How is the travel life? I have always thought about it but can’t commit.” I have to be honest, my answer changes based on my mood at the time, but the answer ...

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  • Where are the Smudge Cells in this CLL??? Krystal Yu, MLS(ASCP) cm Patient X is a 58-year-old Caucasian female who went to her primary care physician complaining of back and shoulder pain. Before this pain occurred, the patient was ...

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