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In recent days, I’ve noticed a news story being shared on Facebook about a technology that helps phlebotomists, infusion nurses, and other vascular specialists find veins to start an IV or draw blood. The technology has been around for several years, but when you first learn about something, it becomes news to you. The Hard Stick Historically,…