I first saw this article on CNN.com a couple days ago. It included a picture of a foot a brain surgeon found in a baby's brain while he was looking for a tumor. Other body parts were found, too. This is got to be one of the weirdest things I have read in the news, which is kind of scary considering the amount of weird news coming from the medical career field in general these days. I honestly wonder if there were factors that could have prevented it.
News like this has become something I dread seeing these days. This time it was FE Warren. I know some of my former colleagues from England are there, so they are likely not enjoying work right now. I have been through both these types of inspections. Neither are fun, but we passed. The second one should have been a simple inspection in comparison to the first inspection, though. That was my experience when I went through those two back to back a few years ago. The compliance inspection was kind of an afterthought. I do not even remember hearing about it until the week of the surety inspection. At least this article did not feature stories of my former counterparts playing video games on their cell phones like an article I read earlier this year. Makes me at least think the cops at FE Warren did their job right.