“Michael E. De Berg, from the notable Johns Hopkins Medical School in Baltimore, is considered to be one of the best and the highest paid cardio surgeons in the world. In 2002 he was called to give assistance to the U.S. President George W. Bush, after he had suffered a serious heart attack. Thanks to Dr. De Berg skills, the President was saved. However, the doctor discovered that the incident was in fact caused by a severe form of alcoholism from which the patient was suffering, and the collapse was only a side effect of it. Besides, he realized that,
due to this issue, the President’s decisions were often insidiously made by some members of his cabinet. When the Gulf War started, he felt such a deep and strong emotion of guilt, thinking that he maybe could have prevented that horrible and bloody conflict by revealing all to the public on time. Therefore, he retired to Swaziland, where he established a children health center which is considered to be the best medical help initiative ever accomplished on the African continent."