I needed a CT scan recently up at Chesterfield Royal, nothing drastic. But I was still worried about the effects of the ‘coloured X-rays’ that slice through me to produce a 3D replica in cyberspace etc…
Never thought about it but think there was more of a risk of some lung disease walking through the cloud of cigarette smoke outside the hospital entrance. I thought it was now a non-smoking site?
Chesterfield Royal is an extremely busy and spotlessly clean hospital. Why do the hospital and public have to put up with all this?
I like beer but don’t feel the need to stand outside the hospital entrance drinking beer, I would soon be moved on.
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