On a recent segment of "One Life to Live," the story line featured the character, Joey, who had an asthma attack. While in the hospital, his doctor recommended a clinic in Switzerland as being very successful in treating asthmatics. Perhaps the writers of this show are not familiar with a clinic that is local and has a proven track record in the treatment of children and adults with asthma and other immunological ailments. The hospital is called National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory Medicine. It is in Denver and accepts patients worldwide regardless of religious affiliation or financial ability. Optimistically, this letter has assisted in enlightening the writers and viewers.
Ellen Oppenberg, Burbank