I think this is ridiculous... what's next!!! It's so amazing to see what this world is coming to. Well now if you think about it theres ppl out there that have all kinds of disorders that could be way more dangerous to be around but your right we should be cautious of the over weight people they might break my toe if they step on it..... but dont worry about that person with split personality that shot some one for looking at him the wrong way or the person that has depression and suicidal thoutghs that might try and hurt them self with something in your office or the most common one the cluts that might trip over your foot and sue you.... wow maybe we should not see or treat anyone in person. There are so many ways patients and medical staff may get hurt this is just so out there i can't even think about how hurt or embarrassed this women feels... or how it makes so many others feel bet the familys will be able to sue you when your policy causes some one to harm them selfs or worst... think about that one... JUST SAYING PEOPLE!!!!View Thread
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