Change in Wisdom offers new life to track career
Original post made on Apr 1, 2013
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on Apr 1, 2013 at 9:31 pm
Congrats. The rules have changed. In the 1950s, I ran college cross-country with a leaky heart valve and rhythm issues. Today, I would not be allowed to compete; that is a mistake.
on Apr 2, 2013 at 8:55 am
Congratulations! Actually, Wisdom's problem should not have been so hard to diagnose. I suspect she had some really substandard docs in Florida. I had a similar problem, and it was diagnosed by my primary care physician in his office in Mtn View. Then I was referred to a cardiologist at El Camino Hospital. End of problem.
One of the perks of being a Stanford student is free medical care at Stanford Hospital. They take better care of students than they do their paying patients. I now wonder if they are so overpriced because the paying public is supporting the free care the students get. Perhaps that is the real reason my insurance company dropped them five years ago, despite their claim about patient complaints.
on Apr 2, 2013 at 9:18 am
As Wisdom's former strength coach she was a great talent for success. I was there during the change and she took on the challenge immediately! So proud of her for striving for excellence, even if it's not in the 100m dash! Way to go Alyssa!