Last Updated on: 10th November 2013, 08:41 pm
Here’s a helpful tip for ya. If you need neurosurgery, don’t go to Rhode Island to get it done. They have one of the highest occurrences of doctors opening the wrong side of a patient’s head. The latest cocky brain surgeon thought he’d rely on his memory instead of a CT scan, opened the wrong side, closed it up, opened the side he was supposed to, fixed the problem, and the 86-year-old patient died, and they don’t know whether opening the other side of his skull contributed to his death. Anybody wanna take bets?