Revolutionary coloured x-rays
A world first!
a young girl, the Professor experienced first-hand what it was
like in an institution. Her parents sent her to one five days
per week and she was even required to wear the same uniform
as the other inmates. It was during these formative, but very
cold and cruel years, that the good Professor vowed to stop
this form of torture and so the seeds were sown at an early
Professor commenced her formal career after many years viewing
her mentors, Dr Ben Casey and Dr Kildare, performing hours
of (mostly) successful surgery.
Professor's first patient was a person who had suffered very
severe headaches, almost to the point of nausea! The Professor
(always keeping abreast of the latest medicines) successfully
cured these terrible headaches with a tablet. “A tablet!”
you might ask!! Yes, and what joy for this patient who was
saved from a complete lobotomy by the ever alert Professor.
very humble beginnings, the Professor has risen to great heights,
even scouring the rooftops in her endeavour to remain ever
vigilant so as to keep her patients at Green Hills less exposed
to the terrible torments outside the compound.
She is responsible for a radiological breakthrough in developing coloured x-rays and has offered to to impart the knowledge of how to read and, more importantly, how to listen to these specialised films to whoever is astute enough to realise their value. Only forward-thinking, contemporary interns should contact the Centre in this regard.