Recently, a former professor showed me a blood test that impressed me.
The 5 key blood parameters: blood glucose, lipids, urea and triglycerides had values which far surpassed the normal levels. He said that the individual with these examinations should already be dead, or if he is still alive, it’s probably just out of pure stubbornness. My professor then demonstrated to me the name of that patient. He had his name covered up with his hand.
That patient was the professor himself! I was stunned! What’s more, I said: “But how? Furthermore, what did you do?” With a smile he acquainted me with another sheet analysis, saying: “Now, take a look at this, compare the estimations of the parameters and see the dates.
”That’s what I did. The parameter qualities were obviously inside the recommended range, the blood was immaculate, perfect. In any case, I was stunned when I looked at the dates. The difference between the dates was only one month (between the two analyses of the same individual)!