Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Sign #237 That there is something amiss with health care as we know it:

Parkinson's, a disease that deprives us of dexterity is treated primarily with... teeny, tiny pills.


Anonymous said...

Not only are they tiny, but sometimes they even want us to break them in half!

Peter Dunlap-Shohl said...

A friend told me his mother's Neuro came unglued when, by way of reply to his question about how much Sinemet she took at a time, whipped out a pill, and bit off a morsel, indicating "This much."