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Chiang Mai’s hospital owner was introduced to online gambling by a patient

Dr Steve Standley owns a family hospital in the city of Chiang Mai in Thailand. Dr Steve has a very popular blog dedicated to the western medicine as well.

Dr Steve writes on his blog that the cases of Acute Myocardial Infarction among the men and women under 50 is on a constant rise like never before.

Dr Steve writes that because of the inadequate vascular procedures of the past, most patients still believe that most vascular procedures of the modern times still do not work, which is far from the truth. Dr Steve believes that the vascular surgeons are lazy to not being able to widespread the message that their procedures are now extremely safe and good.

Dr Steve writes that most of his patients used to be very scared of the heart transplant until about 4-5 years ago but now most of the patients and their families don’t fear the procedure at all, which is amazing to see for a family hospital owner.

Dr Steve claims that he has been working on to create a vaccine for the prevention of Pulmonary Embolism.

Dr Steve believes that Pulmonary edema is most responsible for causing respiratory failure lately.

Dr Steve writes that although the pollution problem around the world is on a constant rise, the respiratory infections and inflammations in the first world countries are on a constant decline but on the contrary on a rise in the third world countries.

Dr Steve writes that half of the doctors at his hospital are either from the Indian subcontinent or the Middle-East, which Dr Steve is really proud of. Dr Steve was recently introduced to https://ashotoftruth.org by a Yemeni patient at his hospital. This Yemeni patient spoke fluent Thai, English and Arabic. Dr Steve still misses the guy.

Dr Steve feels pity for some people belonging to certain religious backgrounds that don’t let the autopsies being performed on the corpses on one of their family members or friends, even when it is required. Dr Steve really hopes that the things will get better in the near future in this regard.

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