Senseless Death

An article posted on CBSnews.com was quite disturbing.

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/massachusetts-toddler-dies-during-head-lice-treatment/

A toddler dying over a lice treatment is senseless and has me feeling like I failed in getting my message out about prevention through the weekly use of Grace’s NitFlix® Shampoo & Conditioning Treatment. “I could have done more or better,” is usually the feeling that emerges. Not that it boils down to me saving her life (which is a natural way to think coming from my life and death profession of perfusion) since parents’ choices are obviously their own responsibility. This comes from my own internal sense of responsibility to provide a service – whether it’s tending to a patient in ICU or on bypass in the OR, it all comes down to caring and preventing any nightmares, even if it’s “just lice” as many professional organizations have expressed ad nauseum.

Wouldn’t it have made sense to keep this whole issue from happening to begin with?   That’s what I put all my sweat and tears into after my horrific experience with trying to eliminate lice with Jenne.
I’ve done all the hard work for you.  All you have to do is use my product once a week, and not be caught by the unpredictable woes of lice infestation!!

 

Dedicated to A-way With Lice,

Grace