At the Washington State Department of Health laboratories in Shoreline, Kaye Eckmann, lead microbiologist for the molecular lab, prepares samples from across the state to determine if patients have the H1N1 (Swine Flu) virus. 2009
At the Washington State Department of Health laboratories in Shoreline, Kaye Eckmann, lead microbiologist for the molecular lab, prepares samples from across the state to determine if patients have the H1N1 (Swine Flu) virus. 2009 Dean J. Koepfler THE NEWS TRIBUNE
At the Washington State Department of Health laboratories in Shoreline, Kaye Eckmann, lead microbiologist for the molecular lab, prepares samples from across the state to determine if patients have the H1N1 (Swine Flu) virus. 2009 Dean J. Koepfler THE NEWS TRIBUNE

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