Denver Gazette: Colorado health care saved us; let’s save it, too

Jan 11, 2021

“Miracles happen, right here in Colorado. I should know.

Several months ago, amidst COVID quarantining, regent zoom calls, and running my recently launched start up, I got a nagging headache behind my ear. The dentist was convinced it would be solved with a root canal (wait, wasn’t all of 2020 a root canal?), and the chiropractor felt it would fade with an adjustment. My family thought it was just plain ol’ stress.

All good possibilities, but I had a feeling something wasn’t right. Something bigger. Fortunately, I was blessed with a doctor who trusted me, believing this needed a deeper look.”

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