The Disease Detectives
Left, Lisa Fries, laboratory technician, works with serology samples as a customer service representative works on an analyzer in the immunodiagnostic section of the Epidemiology Laboratory Service, also known as the �Epi Lab,� at the 711th Human Performance Wing�s United States Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine Public Health at Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio, Jan. 30, 2018. The immunodiagnostic section recently installed an automated testing unit, blue track on left, which is computer controlled to prepare samples and transfer them to the appropriate analyzer for STD screening, status-immune testing or other analyses. The system automatically report results to Department of Defense clinics around the world, usually within 48 hours of a sample being shipped to the lab. (U.S. Air Force photo by J.M. Eddins Jr.)
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