Parking At UCLA to See Dr. Raz

Sep 15th, 2012 | By | Category: Your Turn

For the lucky (relative term) ones who can afford, or have their insurance afford to send them for a mesh removal at UCLA and Dr. Shlomo Raz – where do they park?

Park is the word because so many of these women cannot sit in an airplane seat for any time, so special rigs, gurneys and motor homes are being used to bring women from all over the U.S. to UCLA.

Linda at Teapapers has an idea as to an outreach people can do to ask churches to open up their parking lots to these vehicles.  It is an interesting dilemma and solution. Thank you Linda!

 

http://teapapers.com/bladdersling/2012/09/mesh-going-to-ucla/

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