Dr Sparks is obviously offendedJuly 2 2010 at 1:55 AM
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Response to Dentists are people, too...
Is it any wonder he has stopped talking to you? Give us a break.
And this leaves me wondering why you think one type of medical professional deserves the title "Doctor" (whether earned academically or not, apparently), and another one doesn't.
And so we wonder why someone with a doctorate who specialized, in say, cardiology, or internal medicine, or even mere family medicine, is more deserved to be called "Dr." than, say, someone who stayed in academics or research (such as Dr. Stodolsky or Dr. Wowk). And there are other folks with doctorates, such as dentists and chiropractors. Varying levels of education and such, but, nonetheless, Doctors. Did I forget the podiatrists and the N.D.'s GRIN
As to being qualified to perform cryonics procedures, I'd take a Ph.D or even an ordinary M.D. any time, if they have cryonics insight and experience, over whomever you think is more qualified. Who is that, anyway? Heck, maybe even a DDS?! It can't be you, with only a BS degree and an expired Perfusionist certificate.
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