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HOME | REGIONAL MEDICAL LABORATORY - RML provides onsite in-patient laboratory services for St. John Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma as well as out-patient laboratory services for other hospitals, clinics and physician offices in the Tulsa Metropolitan area, Northeastern Oklahoma and Southeast Kansa

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  • Deborah Shows - #1 VIRUS PROTECTION

    Received My McAfee Protection 2015 for 3 PC's and got it loaded on my laptop in no time. Is so easy to install. Purchased the same product last year for my virus protection and enjoy knowing I had no worry on the safety, so Yep got it again this year except last year only got for 1 PC. This year have a desk top and grand daughter has a lap top so got all 3 loaded in no time. And the cost is so cheap. Will be the one I purchase always cause I know I can trust, and count on McAfee.

  • Loving Amazon - Cat Hated the taste

    I had an older cat and was concerned with his thyroid health. He ate constantly and never gained weight. I was told by a friend (who is a vet) to try this. Problem is, the cat hated the taste. And it had to be given twice a day. Needless to say, the bottle sits in the cabinet after a week of trying to force it into his mouth.

  • PJDour - NRS Pilot Knofe

    Recently bought the NRS pilot knife for a week long kayak camping trip. I like the secure attachment to my PFD, but the nicest feature was the quick and sure release. It's somewhat "spring loaded" using the clips that secure it to the sheath. The blunt/flat point ensures no accidental punctures, and the formed semi-circle cutter makes fast cutting of ropes a snap. The quick release mechanism also locks the knife back in with a snap - if it does not snap, it's not in. Again, something almost foolproof, which is nice if you are reacting to an issue on the water. Great overall blade. I also ordered the Gerber Rivermate at the same time, as I have beena Gerber fan fr 40+ years, but the NRS Pilot wins my vote as the knife to carry on the water.