Additional postoperative complications include: Endometrial ablation to block menstruation.
In order to understand the long-term risks of endometrial ablation, one must understand the hormonal interaction between the uterus and ovaries.
JAY BONNAR: Last year I felt I was incredibly ignorant and I couldn't possibly be in the hospital as such an ignorant person.
This year, I realize I'm still pretty ignorant, but I've gotten used to it. I like working weekends and nights and all that stuff.
JAY BONNAR: It feels like such a costume right now. INSTRUCTOR: I just want to show you..is a perfectly normal brain. STUDENT: Then why come to Harvard then is the big question that would enter my mind. Now let me explain it to you." You know what it's like to have a three- or four-year-old explain to you about atomic energy?
JAY BONNAR: The first thing I want to do is to take your vital signs. NARRATOR: For fourteen years our cameras have been there. But then again the actual management of the problem long-term is up to somebody else.
When Kim George, an author, trainer and business strategist, refinanced her home to help pay for her Pit Bull mix Tess’s 0 per month chemo bills, she found a way to make the situation positive.
And all these questions that I know I should've asked, I'm sure I didn't.
George wanted to do something to help out these people and their animals, so she founded Kane’s Krusade in 2012.
The volunteer-based organization is named after Kane, George’s other Pit Bull mix (he’s American Staffordshire Terrier, American Bulldog with Basenji, with “some Bull Terrier and Scottie thrown in”) who she rescued from a high-kill shelter outside of New York City in 2011.
The group also provides spay/neuter services, vaccinations, microchips and grooming for the dogs.
The group’s medical fund can help treat minor ailments such skin and ear infections, or minor surgeries, but for dogs who are suffering, Kane’s Krusade will also help provide a “good death” for them by covering the costs of euthanasia and cremation services.