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A Bayfront Convention – ASCP 2014 in Tampa, FL

From October 8-10th this year, ASCP members met at the Tampa Bay Convention Center. The convention center overlooks the picturesque calm waters where the Hillsborough River drains into Tampa Bay, waters which are alight at night with city lights and reflections from neon-lit bridges. 1,000 more words

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Understanding and Monitoring Bleeding Disorders

Bleeding disorders affect millions of people across the world annually. Many people who suffer from these conditions have problems with blood clotting and coagulation, or hemophilia- a disease that is mostly found in males. 251 more words

Morayma Reyes

Screening Colonoscopy vs. Diagnostic Colonoscopy?

On Jan. 1, 2011, the preventative services provision of the Affordable Care Act was extended, making all Medicare patients eligible for free, important preventive services – including colonoscopies. 803 more words

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ASCP Annual and Resident Council Meetings from the Big Guava

I just spent most of this past week at the ASCP Annual Meeting in Tampa. Even though many of us had just met, every night we socialized over food and drinks (and for some, over a hockey game because the arena was just across the street from the convention center). 660 more words

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Traditional Puerto Rican Dishes

If you have had the pleasure of enjoying Puerto Rican traditional dishes you will know too well the unique and eclectic  ingredients used to make these unforgettable meals. 441 more words

Morayma Reyes

Fungi and Bacteria and Viruses, Oh My!

Maryellen Sheehan, NOFA-NY’s Fruit and Vegetable Coordinator and co-owner of Hartwood Farm in Fenner, NY, shares with us some of her experiences growing organically in 2014, plus invites the organic producer community to learn together on October 21st. 696 more words

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