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Susan Stramer is employed by the American Red Cross, National Reference Laboratory of Infectious Disease. There could not be deferral in any of the interviews and id did not necessarily have to be a successful phlebotomy.
Dr. Susan Stramer is employed by the American Red Cross, National Reference Laboratory of Infectious Disease. It started in the New England area, in New York, Long Island, Connecticut and New Jersey, and Maryland was part of that.
Clinical Chemist: National Registry in Clinical Chemistry, NRCC-CC, 1996. Specialist in Chemistry: American Society of Clinical Hospital, Bluehills Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut. My duties included phlebotomy, hematology and chemical pathology. (1976-1977). Laboratory Technician: American Red Cross
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