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Tuesday, February 7, 2012
This micrograph of live blood was viewed under phase contrast microscopy showlng a cancerous mold in the blood plasma called aspergillus clavatus. The aspergillus clavatus is surrounded by unhealthy irregularly shaped red blood cells in a patient diagnosed with bronchitis. This mold is present in all acidic cancerous lung conditions.