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  • Olympus microscope

    I have an Olympus dark field microscope for sell. I no longer do dark field and would like to sell it to someone that would make good use of it! It's like new

    kathleenawl@gmail.com 5 days ago
  • Re: Iron Bacteria & co infections

    Sorry, I am a bit late in replying. Do you have a photomicrograph of what you are seeing and can post it to this group? doug

    dougahart2000 10 months ago
  • Iron Bacteria & co infections

    Anyone around ? Any info on coinfections related to iron bacteria ? Something appears in DF eating my red blood cells or oxidizing the iron in my Hemoglobin.

    electricrose22 10 months ago
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This is a group for dark-field, phase contrast, and fluorescence medical/veterinary microscopists that are interested in sharing their ideas and experiences about "fresh" fluid analysis, though all forms of traditional clinical microscope analysis are welcomed. In fact, I would like to extend a special invitation to medical technologists/hematologists that are interested in fresh blood examination. I feel that in order for fresh blood work to become a valued diagnostic procedure, there has to be a close relationship and validation to what is observed via dark-field to what has been observed via the current popular clinical techniques---similar to how Gitte S. Jensen, Ph.D., Immunologist, Cancer Researcher has evaluated darkfield with fluorescence microscopy, flow cytometry, or molecular methods. We must raise darkfield microscopy above the inept commercialism that seems to have gripped this science of late with its accompanying antiquated myths and unscientific notions about unproven qualities of commonly observed darkfield particles. Darkfield is but another tool in our arsenal to medically evaluate a being’s state of health: no more, no less.

Since many of the microscopy groups found at yahoo, belittle the concepts of Royal Rife, Gaston Naessens, Dr. Virginia Livingston-Wheeler, Dr. Eleanor Alexander-Jackson, Dr. Florence Siebert, and a host of others that have dealt into the study of pathogens not easily observed under traditional bright field microscopical techniques. I hope this group will offer an open, yet a critical investigative mind-set to this art and science; may this group act as a very much needed outlet for further study, dialog, and advancement of this form of ultra-microscopy.

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