Yes, I will weigh in on the health care issue.
I found myself caring for a nearly dead person because the technicians weren't good.
The Mayo Clinic, when it came down to Charles' illness, evaluated slides taken from labs in Natchez and Jackson that were too thick, the infectious disease doctor said, and the poor staining masked the illness.
Dr. Dreiling at the VA, the other hematologist, said that there were markers for Hodgkins. That was the end of his comment.
UPDATE: Reed-Sternberg cell. I'm looking at you, kid.