Thursday, February 14, 2008

About This Blog


About the Author

Neumed (sometimes also known as, Jim Anderson) is not yet a medical professional. He is but a lowly medical student, so please don’t ask him for advice. Instead, see your doctor.

Neumed will do his utmost to always cite the source of any medical information contained within these pages and provide you with a link to said source when available.


Disclaimer
All information provided on these pages is to be used for entertainment and/or educational purposes only. It should not be used as a substitute for seeking professional care, diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition or disorder.


Privacy
This website does not use cookies or collect personal information about its visitors. I will never sell, trade or otherwise distribute your email address.


HIPAA Compliance
All case reports presented on these pages are typically composites of multiple patients with identifying information changed for the sake of confidentiality. All opinions expressed herein are those of the author only and do not represent the positions of his school, employers or any medical facility or organization with which he is affiliated.


About Comments
All commenters are considered non-medical professionals unless stated otherwise. When discussing health or medical topics, please only post information that is true and correct to the best of your knowledge. Also, commentors should provide a reference source for the information whenever possible or else make it clear if they are referring to personal experience. Commenters must behave at all times with respect and honesty. Comments containing advertising links or banners are not allowed. (See Advertising Policy below.)


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Links to Other Websites
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Funding
When asked, “Who pays for this blog?” one faculty administrator allegedly remarked, “I don’t know, but somebody’s gonna pay.”

7 comments:

Suthacha_Xiang Mei said...

it's nice to know you Jim..
your blog is interesting..

Due to I don't use English as my native language, hope you'll forgive me in my odd and poor english..

Nice time ^^

EE said...

If that's your real name- take it down.

Just my 2 cents of blogging advice.

;)

EE said...

Also, a fun new rant with lots of cussing will be posted within the day.

I know you like those so I figured I'd give you a heads up. :)

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