The story happened when Ventura, a former teacher, widow and mother of two daughters, was on the bus line 64 in Barcelona after visiting the Museum of
Pedralbes and saw a woman close to her seat keeping on looking at her eyes while speaking to her.
Before they were about to get off, the woman approached her and asked to speak separately.
"She apologized for what she was going to say, and told me I had to make some specific check ups". "She took a paper and wrote me the two type of
analysis i had to do" Ventura herself explained to the reporter Hilario Pino.
I've never heard anything like this: basically the mysterious woman was staring at her eyes for some time, then she gave to her some piece of paper
in which there was written what tests she had to do in order to save her life: there was also written "you're still in time: people often come to
doctors when it's too late".
The doctor also explained that she spotted it because "i had two similar cases in the past, but in this case the symptoms were indicating that the
disease wasn't at some too advanced stage".
If we think about all the mistakes that still are being made despite the super-advanced technologies available, and that this doctor just needed to
"take a look" in order to make some correct diagnosis, then it will be easy to realize that there's something extraordinary in this doctor's
A human life has been saved in some almost incredible way, just because of some careful look from some incredibly trained doctor
Another detail: in the paper were indicated two values to check: growth hormone and somatomedin - c:
a month after the encounter, the woman had to do some check-up, and asked the doctors to perform a check on the two values: well, the two values were
the only ones which returned anomalous results: basically, they wouldn't find it if it wasn't just because of those checks.
When Montserrat asked what she had seen in her, she responded that she had "swollen hands", then she asked if he "her shoes were hurting her feet"
and indicated that "her lips were swollen.
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[edit on 28/10/2009 by internos]