I know what you are saying. I called my neuro in Wpg to rebook an appt that I'll miss due to flying to Poland. I thought he might be interested in seeing or speaking with me before I left. It might have been a time issue/conflict, but I get the feeling that they don't support us "taking it into our own hands" so to speak. Dr. Marrie made that clear in the HSC MS clinic meeting in December.
So, I would say, having a curious nature is not required and probably not an impetus for a person to enter med school. Of course, as we all know, there are many specialists who love to initiate and participate and follow research and are immensely curious and open to new theories. I love those people!
TFau wrote:We stayed up late to watch it too. Your kids are so cute!
How old was that neurologist who clumsily delivered the party line that there was one death - 18?
Dr. Marrie is one of those people who has had their nose stuck in a book all their life and has no concept of how to naturally relate to another human being. A bad doctor is putting it mildly.
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