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Re: OT: can antennas for wireless Internet cause damage to health?

On Monday 12 February 2007 05:08, Ed Greshko wrote:
>Norm wrote:
><snip stuff already said>
>Forgot to mention the situation my father found himself in his 76th
> year. He wrote me an email to inform me that he was diagnosed with
> colon cancer. Being the good son that I am, not, I called him from
> Taipei to ask how he was doing and I'll never forget his response.  "I
> feel fine, but getting diagnosed with colon cancer is a pain in the
> ass".
>After the surgery he had to undergo chemotherapy.  One day the nurse
> made a mistake and the "drip" turned into a "flood".  This brought on
> other complications including heart problems.  After that, he told me
> "Now I know what they say doctors "practice" medicine.

Yup, its a practice, and people are human & can be distracted.

>He will be 80 in April and I swear he must be senile.  He didn't sue
> anyone for that chemotherapy foul-up.  How, un-American.  (In this case
> American=US) just in case someone wants to go that route again.

I think its great that he has survived that long, I hope to also, but with 
a bit of sugar that could be a problem.

When a malpractice situation came up with me many years ago, when I had 
recovered sufficiently I went back and gave the doc his choice, that of 
dealing with me when I'm pissed and not calling the police, or a 
malpractice suite (but I would have had to stand in line to collect that, 
he eventually lost several).  He took me.  I'll let your imagination fill 
in the blanks.  He eventually 'retired' 20 years early.

Cheers, Gene
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