Sunday, January 20, 2013
Hello Redwood's Fans!
How has your week been?
What did you think of Lance Armstrong's confession? I found it to be medically very interesting how he had HUNDREDS of tests for illegal substances and was always found to be clean. I was one of those that believed in his innocence until his confession. I just couldn't figure out how not once he never tested positive.
One thing I have found interesting is that he refers to his cancer as "the disease". That fascinates me. Most people are fine saying, "I had cancer." but he doesn't do this. Now, I haven't watched all the interview yet so this could change. Hmm... I wonder why that is?
Sounds like a good book, right?
For you this week:
Monday: Dan Green offers perspective surrounding his cancer diagnosis.
Wednesday: Author question surrounding HIPAA which are laws that govern patient privacy.
Friday: Need an injury and treatment plan for a character? We'll cover burn injuries.
And no, this is not my house but I would like one in the woods someday.
Have a GREAT week and send some snow my way.
Posted by Redwood's Medical Edge at 1:00 AM