Monday, June 19, 2006


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We went to meet the surgeon who can install the feeding tube. He had my trust, and then I noticed -- his computer is a Macintosh! And it was an older model, probably a G3. This enhanced my opinion of him. Because the pressure on doctors to be PC is so strong, his use of an older Mac indicates that he's probably able to think independently, maybe even to think in terms of what's best for the patient, rather than just go along with the crowd. I'd like to see what the results of the Lyme drugs are, and see where my weight heads, before deciding whether to get the tube.
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