juli 10, 2008 13 reacties
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Kan iemand even de schimmel aanwijzen? Onder de goede inzenders wordt wederom iets leuks verloot.
Update: originele foto. Omdat we er volgens JennyJo tegen kunnnen….
How about showing them that Simoncinis perception of what a pathologist looks at is totally wrong.
I have just uploaded a scanned microscopy slide of a cancer. This photograph demonstrates that the pathologist does not only see the superficial part of the cancer. The photograph is of a colon cancer, and you can see that all parts of the tumor are presented to the pathologist. And so is the surroundings – including tissue deeper than the cancer.
If there were candida colonies within the cancer or in the surroundings they would without a shred of doubt appear before the pathologists eyes.
And I think the photograph illustrates that point. The cancer is the bluish mass on the left side of the photo. Feel free to copy and use the photo in the discussions. Should the discussion arise you can tell them that pathologists are not sponsored by pharmaceutical companies, as we don´t buy their products. And we are not big doctors either. And each and everyone of us most likely see far more cancers than Simoncini ever will.
Update: Komt ie dan:
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