WHEN EVERY SECOND COUNTS
I recommend to read this real story and thing about your life and about your family life.
Mallon, who has been on chemotherapy every three weeks since 2008, found himself calling 911 just before Christmas 2014 as he struggled to breathe. His last spurt of energy was used to unlock the front door of his home. When EMS arrived, he waved to them from his bed as he held up a piece of paper. On it he had printed his medical history, current meds, doctor contacts and even health insurance. “That saved us about ten minutes” said the 911 supervisor as they loaded Mallon into the ambulance.