Live: Wednesday - January 28st, 8M ET.
"Some men see things as they are, and ask why? I dream of things that never were, and ask why not?"
George Benard Shaw as paraphrased by Robert F. Kennedy.
Doctor and author, Michael Rushnak ( M.D. M.P.H.), will be discussing his genesis from a medical professional who tried to change the system for the better, to an author who uses fiction, or faction, to share some truth with the people.
Dr. Rushnak's novel TERMINAL NEGLECT, tells a story about the "best and the brightest" sabotaging the public good in their evil pursuit of power, lust, and greed. Terminal Neglect is a fictional ride through the "dark side" where the worlds of medicine, politics, and government collide in pulsating mortal conflict, the lines between the fictional and real world blur.
Having served a lifetime in the medical profession, corporate board rooms, and political backrooms, the readers of TERMINAL NEGLECT have claimed to have seen nuggets of reality in this fictional medical novel.
During our broadcast we will be discussing the experience of a good doctor who tried to change the system for the good, only to discover that the system is not very cooperative.
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