Another Miracle From Bill Frist

Another Miracle From Bill Frist

The doctor who proved himself a master of distant diagosis has one more trick up his sleeve.

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(Wherein the doctor who proved himself a master of distant diagnosis in the Terri Schiavo case offers a succinct explanation of why he ordered his “totally blind” trust to dump his holdings in the family healthcare company just before the stock dropped.)

I followed rules on conflict with such care
That I sold stock I didn’t know was there.

(Whereupon his blind trust is examined by some law professors with ophthalmological training.)

This patient’s sight shows some improvement,
Detecting shapes of market movement.

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