Did you know that if Chicago was a war zone, it would be a deadlier one for Americans than Afghanistan. As a Chicagoland resident training to be an Emergency Physician, I am quite perplexed with the current homicide rate in Chicago. Current data, puts Chicago’s homicide rate higher than that of a war zone. In fact, according to the latest data, the number of Chicagoans murdered is two and a half times more than U.S. soldiers killed in Afghanistan since 2001.
Now with the NATO summit over, the city’s crime is back on the front burner. This past weekend was one of our bloodiest, with 8 killed and over 46 wounded by gun violence. The city tells us the crime rate is down, but what about the homicide rate? It’s sky rocketing! I myself witnessed a despicable mob crime this weekend while at Navy Pier, and was just completely shocked, as were many around us.
What are we doing to stop this?
Why would a bright and promising cardiologist be fired from the University hospital that she had practiced at since 2000?
Apparently, protecting her patients is grounds for dismissal. At least, that is the case at Northwestern University here in the windy city.
Despite being promoted to Valve Director in 2006, Dr. Nalini M. Rajamannan was terminated in 2008 after reporting the use of non-FDA approved, experimental medical devices being implanted in patients without their knowledge.
The doctor conducting these human experiments, Dr. Patrick McCarthy, was testing his own inventions, an IMR annuloplasty device and a Myxo annuloplasty device manufactured by Edwards Lifescience.
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