It’s an instinct Nadia Popovici has worked hard to hone.
When, sitting behind the Canucks bench at a late fall Vancouver-Seattle NHL gameThe fog again,, the incoming medical student from the state of Washington saw what she thought was skin cancer on the back of a man’s neck, she had to tell him what she had spottedEvents in auditoriums, indoor or outdoor stadiums. Years of volunteering at hospitals, including in an oncology ward, had her worried about the discoloured molegiven Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has indicated no intent to meet or negotiate with them..
“I kept thinking about it throughout the game,” she said. “I thought even if he already knows about its 1.4 billion people by mid-June., if it was me, I would want someone to tell me: Go see a doctor.”
She quickly typed up a message on her phone’s notes app, suggesting he get the mole looked at by a doctor, and tapped on the glass.