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Apr 17, 2013 at 9:05am
International Bio-medical Day celebrated
A Professor at the Department of Philosophy and classics of the University of Cape Coast, Raymond Osei, has advised bio-medical Laboratory Scientists not to conduct laboratory tests and do analyses in cases in which they do not have the required equipment.

He said in doing so, they will rather be worsening the condition of patients, since the end result they will be presenting to the doctor will be erratic.

Professor Osei was delivering a lecture on ethics to mark the national celebration of International Bio-medical Laboratory Science day in Takoradi.

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