I know I'll miss that woman...not too many professors walking (or driving that tiny little car that i have no idea how she fit in) the ISU campus that are better educators of their life than her. RIP BMack!
BMack was one of my favorite teachers at ISU. JL MC 101 with her was amazing! Who could forget her wanting to create a laptop pouch for her ***. She will be missed dearly! RIP
I think the best thing that can be said about her is that she somehow made law and ethics classes worth going to even when you didn't need to. She was really tough on students but she was fair, something I didn't appreciate until after I graduated. I had four years worth of different professors in different majors, and she's the one that got the most out of me. I think that will be the legacy people will remember. RIP.
Obviously something was wrong, just because she didn't have a heart attack doesn't mean there wasn't another issue.
Clearly something else happened. You can't expect a hospital to find something that may or may not happen when the tests do not indicate a risk/chance.
The standard tests related to chest pain / heart attack (or even stroke) rule out are exhaustive. If you've been through them or have a family member that has (or one that performs them daily) you understand how many tests are performed before someone is allowed to leave.
Last edited by ISUAgronomist; 08-23-2012 at 05:02 PM.
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