A Letter From Lockdown
With a pandemic at hand, laboratory medicine professionals must no longer be hidden heroes
Michael Schubert | | Opinion
As a child in the Canadian wilderness, I went survival camping every year in the Rockies – in one of the highest-density bear populations in North America. The park rangers taught us how to tell the difference between black bears and grizzlies (far more dangerous): climb a tree. If the bear climbs up after you, it’s a black bear. If it stays at the bottom and shakes you down, it’s a grizzly.
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