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ImageCalc available?

Harold Boxenbaum shelbyb at ix.netcom.com
Sun Jul 2 21:46:54 EST 1995


In <3sfdma$r2n at warp.cris.com> mike.holloway at stjude.org (Mike Holloway)
writes: 
>
>The June '95 issue of Biotechniques has an article about a Windows
image 
>analysis program called ImageCalc.  The author apparently wants to 
>distribute it by having people mail him a formatted disk and a postage

>paid envelope.  Is this guy for real?  Does anyone know of a site that

>carries the program?  It's not in IU.
>
>======================================================================
==
>Mike Holloway		    |* On average, 8 people a day on the
waiting list
>mike.holloway at stjude.org    |  for a transplant die for lack of a
donor.
>____________________________|* The end-stage diseases treated by
transplant 
>  do not recognize age, race, nationality or pocketbook.
>* There is no justifiable reason to deny organ donation, but many
myths and
>  misunderstandings.
>* Next of kin must allow donation.  Your family must know your wishes.
>* Only a small fraction of the next of kin of potential donors allow 
>  donation to take place.
>* In general, medical professionals do not recognize their obligation
to 
>  support and promote donation.
>Questions? See FAQ: 
>http://www.lib.ox.ac.uk/internet/news/faq/bit.listserv.transplant.html
>or
>ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/bit.listserv.transplant/
>======================================================================
==
What does the program do?  What is the address? How can you go wrong,
for an investment of about 2 dollars?   Harold. 




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