Source: Kamloops This Week
Ken Lepin had already donated $260,000 in lab equipment to Royal Inland Hospital.
But, on the day his latest contribution was unveiled, the retired Kamloops businessman decided to sweeten the pot.
In addition to a new MALDI/TOF mass spectrophotometer, which will allow staff at the lab to identify bacteria samples much more quickly, Lepin announced yesterday he is donating another $300,000 to be used to replace the equipment he’s donated as it ages.
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