than perhaps it was intended phyllis and yet they really are frustrated and the two guys i spoke to there in the report that you've just seen actually quoted germany's research minister themselves as well and this is something that really struck them and i. think that is still quite a blog a attitude not only from some politicians but also from some of the germans in different parts of germany who aren't experiencing this lack of network every day of course this report here that i followed was actually just focusing on agriculture but also this affects their entire lives when what about when an emergency doctor doesn't have a signal on my phone so that they can take an emergency call for example to really get into every part of their everyday lives especially in rural germany and it's just one of the many issues actually that is concerning germans right now we know that you're actually doing a series on that particular topic so what else is on the agenda exactly they'll be running every day this week so we saw digitalisation today tomorrow we've got japanese housing crisis demograph
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indiana, one of dr. weinberger's patients, phyllis barnes could clearly see her future was looking grim. >> my sister went through hell. >> phyllis' sister peggy hood says phyllis' road through hell began three months earlier when she went to see dr. weinberger. >> she had trouble catching her breath. she seemed to have sort of cold-like systems or bronchitis. she just seemed rundown. >> you thought it might be allergies or a cold. >> yeah. >> it could have been a number of things. her voice was raspy. she had a sore throat. but perhaps the most troubling symptom for phyllis, a lifelong smoker, was that she had recently begun coughing up blood. >> i believe when she went to dr. weinberger she told him she was a smoker. i don't think she tried to hide that from anybody. >> how did she find out about mark weinberger? >> i believe one of her co-workers may have seen billboards. >> the nose doctor? >> uh-huh. >> in hindsight, going to the self-proclaimed nose doctor may have been a mistake. but since phyllis had a long history of sinus problems, seeking out a sinus specialist for her b
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