You want fries with that?
If your company is doing mortality risk business in Central and South America read this article. The time I spent working in the offshore mortality market was some of the most interesting work I’ve done. Death is death but some of us get there in different ways. A couple of years ago my #1 son’s high school senior trip was Mexico. Because of the drug violence in that country I refused to fund that trip. There have been too many disappearances.
And for a great story I’ll share some details of my trip to Bogota…
This is an interesting article on spontaneous remission. While I do not doubt the existence of spontaneous remission in human cancers, I just can’t wait for the brokerage community to advance the idea that since the cancer is just being watched (and not specifically treated) then how bad can it be? Standard.
I think not.
If you thought India was a bit too exotic for that TKR, how about Mexico instead? This is one interesting trend. We’ll continue to post articles on medical tourism as we find them.
My last non-fasting total cholesterol reading was 211.
Diet and exercise.
My orthopedic surgeon says I have the worst knees he has ever seen. I countered that statement by asserting he had not seen enough severely arthritic knees to make that judgment. Then the good doctor showed me the pictures.
I’ve had arthroscopic procedures bilaterally. There is a strong probability I’ll need a TKR.
It’s a good thing I like Indian food.