Medical Center Lab belongs on the vocational guidance shelf in school libraries. The book covers both clinical labs …, which assist the medical staff in diagnosis, and research labs …, which seek new knowledge and new techniques of treatment…. Because of the diversity of jobs in medical center labs and the brevity of the text, no particular aspect is discussed in depth; what is presented is an overall view of the many and varied careers which come together in medical center laboratories. This is done in the context of the treatment of actual patients, which is really what work in these labs is all about. (p. 151)
Dorothy Bickerton, in Science Books & Films (copyright 1977 by the American Association for the Advancement of Science), Vol. XIII, No. 3 (December, 1977).