[Histonet] Master Degree Investigation Project
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Tue Nov 15 15:37:01 CST 2011
Thanks John for answer me
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On Nov 15, 2011, at 3:36 PM, John Kiernan <jkiernan <@t> uwo.ca> wrote:
> Here's my helpful advice. Read a few books that cover the subject comprehensively. Two that I recommend are "Theory and Practice of Histological Techniques" by J. Bancroft and M. Gamble (ISBN 9780443102790), and
> "Histopathology: A Self-Instructional Text" by Freida L. Carson. You can find information about the career of histotechnologist, especially in the USA, on the web site of the National Society for Histotechnology.
> Armed with this information you should be able to start writing your dissertation.
> John Kiernan
> Anatomy, UWO
> London, Canada
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> On 15/11/11, Pathology Lab <pathologylab <@t> ymail.com> wrote:
>> I am preparing my thesis for my MBA and my dissertation will be on the skills, knowledge and attitudes that should have histotecnolgos as health professionals.Some of you would like to help me?
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