Posted by Victor (18.104.22.168) on December 02, 2001 at 10:14:33:
In Reply to: modular headache theory posted by DougW on December 02, 2001 at 02:12:40:
internal combustion engine can be modeled. Finite element analysis is relatively new. Reducing human tissue to the level of modules sounds ludicrous at most, even more so to reduce it down to the molecular level. Think some group of doctors are seeking a grant.
If you have ever pharmaceutical sheets on the vast majority of medications on the market, the action is unknown.
In speaking with trades people in our area, in general, the medical doctors are their worse customers, they expect the person to instantly recognize the source of the problem and repair it. I only had one doctor that asked to look at a complicated GPS navigation system, it only took me a few minutes to tell him it was shot beyond repair, no charge, he insisted on paying me anyway.
But in general, when you go see a doctor, particulary with CH problems, he is just taking wild guesses, still have to pay the huge office bill while waitting an extra hour for your set apointment time, plus you won't get a refund on your prescription that didn't work.
Would be nice if they only charged for doing you some good, but that is the present state of the art.
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