These blogs are a continuous stream. Each referees to me, and to other blogs.
Born July 1953. Fit and healthy until January 2007 when I caught legionella. The the NSW (Australia) health system treated me and gave me a number of hygiene-related infections, combined with ignorant medicine, and left me severely crippled. The real story, though, is how the medical profession and the civil servants combined forces to avoid any responsibility. To this day, I am still not officially described as physically disabled.
Along the way from there to here, I learned that about 30,000 Australians each year die from hospital-acquired infections (the rate is higher in the UK and US). Medical doctors think they are gods, and do nor care. Civil servants are not as wealthy as bankers and their ilk, so get their rocks off playing with their little authority and denying any responsibility.
The world is really arsey-versey, with those who survive depending on a better evaluation of the lies and misinformation we are fed with every day.
The people who kill and cripple thousands each year still get away with it by denying it happens (even the bodybags).