Let’s put two recent news items together and see if we can envision a way to develop and deliver medical miracles.
First, let’s start with the inspiring saga of Sgt. Cory Remsburg and his determination to overcome grievous war injuries. Anyone who saw or read about President Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday night knows about Remsburg. Nearly an hour into his speech, after lots of box-checking, laundry-listing, and going-through-the-motions-ing, Obama highlighted the story of the heroic Army Ranger: “On his tenth deployment, Cory was nearly killed by a massive roadside bomb in Afghanistan. His comrades found him in a canal, face down, underwater, shrapnel in his brain.”