EDITOR,

Regarding Carl Dellano’s letter about health care, I can relate. I just did an audit of my bills and now know I’ve spent a fortune — for me anyway — on tests and procedures during the last five years that could have been free. I have an excuse for not knowing diagnostic from routine or preventive coding — I’m not a doctor. The doctor’s office is the only place I’m ever addressed as a toddler. Instead of feeling calmed by this bedside manner, I should have taken it as a red flag that I wasn’t dealing with the best or the brightest.

Sincerely yours,

Chad Williams, Tracy

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