MrSuccess wrote:What you describe is very enticing . I hope you stay on ... and be the frontman on this for all the TIMS people.
CureIous wrote:He is an internist. He also used to work with child burn victims. He was a researcher for a time. Paid his dues long ago, now just looking to give back. I've seen his photo album from the war injuries he treated
in his home country with very very little to work with. Even as a resident back then, he bucked
the system and his superiors by saving limbs they wanted to just amputate.
One particular patient received a devastating injury to his ankle/foot.
Dr's simply said to take it off. He said no, and grafted a piece of muscle
from the man's back to cover the injury. Saved the foot.
Another man had lost a thumb due to accident. In that area, due to the Muslim culture, that labeled you
as a thief who had been punished. The man agreed to have his big toe relocated to
his thumb region, hey beats being shunned or ostracized for life! Looked pretty good too.
And that, is the best one could hope for back then with little supplies, or facilities, but he made it
work. And now, in the twilight of his extensive career, he's looking to make
something else work. I'm merely inviting a few (for now) to come along
for the ride. It is quite fascinating to say the least...
blossom wrote:curious, would one of the volunteers happen to have ppms? if so or not so, does it look like it may be helpful for those of us branded ppms. probably have to wait and see we're all different.
is your volunteer very disabled young or older? answer if you are comfortable doing so.
SaintLouis wrote:Color me intrigued. I wish I lived closer. I'd volunteer!
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