TB skin test antigens shortage continues

TB skin test antigens shortage continues.
What should employers do?

The CDC recommends any of three general approaches for addressing the shortages of tuberculin skin test antigens:
1. Substitute IGRA blood tests for TSTs. The cost associated with using the blood tests can be greater than the cost of TST because the per-unit cost of the IGRA test …

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New Mission Hope Cancer Center Boutique Offers Products and Support to Cancer Patients and Survivors
Spirit of Hope Boutique offers personal appearance assistance in a comfortable environment
Marian Cancer Care at Marian Regional Medical Center and the Mission Hope Cancer Center announce the newly available Spirit of Hope Boutique to meet the physical and emotional needs of …

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There Really Is an App for That

There Really Is an App for That
What apps does an IT pro love?

Running an IT firm probably provides the first clue. I like technology.  But more than that, I like technology that serves a valuable purpose and works!
Someone asked me what apps I use and enjoy the most. So I whipped out my trusty iPhone …

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Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for children of Santa Barbara County is seeking volunteers in Santa Maria for the upcoming October training. No experience is needed. Volunteers from all walks of life who share a commitment to improving children’s lives and a willingness to learn are encouraged to apply.
CASA volunteers are everyday people who are …

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Lompoc Valley Job & Resource Fair

The California Employment Development Department (EDD) and the Santa Barbara County Workforce Investment Board in collaboration with the Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce, the City of Lompoc, and Allan Hancock College, along with other agencies and organizations are excited to present the Lompoc Valley Job & Resource Fair.
The event date is Wednesday, September 25th, 2 …

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