I must admit I've never really been a huge fan of Mrs. Jolie. Sure she's attractive (anyone with functioning eyes can see that), but I've never thought she was the most beautiful woman in Hollywood (that would be Scarlett Johansson). And I was never a huge fan of her movies.
After she published her op-ed piece in the New York Times a few days ago, however, I'm a fan now. A big one.
You can read more about her heroism (in my most humblest of opinions, of course) in The Daily Beast by clicking here.
Incidentally, my story was on their front page today (lower right corner of the picture). I'm not sure if that means something significant or that I'm simply using my imagination and reading too much into it.
Stories about general surgery, trauma surgery, dumb patients, dumb doctors, and dumb shit from the dumb world around us.
Thursday, 26 March 2015
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2 new posts in a week?! My crappy week is made slightly better by this. Keep up the good work Doc!ReplyDelete
I've always viewed her as an attention seeker - but I'll take benefit where it comes around.ReplyDelete
Ann Jillian got a double mastectomy and spoke about it, quite publicly, in 1985.ReplyDelete
I remember seeing her playing Mae West and doing a good job of it.