I mentioned it a couple times last week, but I've been working on a post that deals with the dangers of being a patient and being female.
Let's face it - going to the doctor just ain't what it used to be.
Says every mouthbreather on Deadspin, Kotaku, Jalopnik, Gizmodo.....
The following letter was sent to a colleague recently. This is not the "Bible Belt" we're talking about - it was right here, in the Northeast.
A photo of an ER doc grieving the loss of a 19-year old patient has surfaced on Reddit and it's creating quite a stir.
Move over Martha Stewart!
"Would I not stand up for Gabourey Sidibe, who they wanted to fly coach to France. That's a long ride, we're big women. I will still stand up for that. I'll never stop standing up for injustice."
I used to believe in vaccines, so much so that I gave them to children. ALL CHILDREN. For YEARS. As a pediatrician, I firmly believed that vaccines were mankind's single greatest medical advancement.