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Silent Mentors

As the economy tumbles itself about, Leo spots an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal that may prove to be the underlining solution for which we are so desperately searching.  The article speaks of Doctors in Taiwan who deeply understand the gift of Cadavers for medical research and pass this on to the next generation of students.  Leo contemplates that if you have a society that cares deeply about health, you get a good health insurance system.  If we desire a society of fairness and openness then you will get Corporations that are fair and open.  Perhaps the economy, the current demeanor of certain companies, and our overall health system are more a true reflection of ourselves than anything else.

READ: Poems and Tears for 'Silent Mentors' Spark a Surge of Cadavers in Taiwan

LISTEN: New Capital Show (April 23, 2009)

Posted on Apr 27 by Registered CommenterLEO GOLD | CommentsPost a Comment

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