Monthly Archives: February 2015

My Own Life: Oliver Sacks On Learning He Has Terminal Cancer. New York Times Feb 19 2015.

My Own Life Oliver Sacks on Learning He Has Terminal Cancer By OLIVER SACKS FEB. 19, 2015    New York Times  Photo A MONTH ago, I felt that I was in good health, even robust health. At 81, I still swim … Continue reading

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CREATIVE ACTS REQUIRED FOR COMPLEX PATIENTS : Raymond Rupert MD. MBA. Rupert Case Management Inc.

 Against the ruin of the world, there is only one defense — the creative act. Disengagement: The Art Of The Beat Generation, Kenneth Rexroth 1957 Most don’t consider creativity important or essential in treating complex patients. But this decisive act … Continue reading

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ACCESSING DEEPER SOLUTIONS FOR PATIENTS WITH CANCER:

We have had the privilege of working with patients who require the most sophisticated solutions available for treating cancer. Previously, these solutions were only available to those who travelled to huge cancer centres in Texas or Boston or Toronto. Now … Continue reading

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SUPREME COURT RULES TO SUPPORT ASSISTED SUICIDE: THIS IS A BIG STEP FORWARD.

SUPREME COURT OF CANADA RULES TO SUPPORT ASSISTED SUICIDE.  Canadian adults who are mentally competent and suffering intolerably and permanently have the right to a doctor’s help in dying. Now everyone can be on the same page to help these … Continue reading

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WATCH OUT FOR TESTS THAT YOU DON’T NEED:

According to Elisabeth Rosenthal in the New York Times Feb 1, 2015, many patients travelling to Florida for the winter end up with medical tests that they don’t need. There is a trend of doctors in the south ordering costly … Continue reading

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