Well did I not say this to earlier on, that when I was seeing, well it wasn't my doctor but she was part of the practice and she was extremely good, but when you go down for an emergency you take any doctor, of course. And she'd been working away on this and she'd been increasing my diuretic pills and she was making an appointment for me to see, have a scan. And this was before I got to the consultant bit, when I started reading these things. I was saying, 'This is what this doctor thinks I've got, I'm sure of it' so I kind of cut it out and I took it down and I said, 'By the way you're treating me, do you think that I've got heart failure?' And she said, she obviously didn't want to put the fear of God up me and she said, 'Well yes, but I think they go over the top a bit'. In other words don't take everything you read in the paper! And that's when I realised that she was treating me for heart failure which I thought was just puffiness, if you know what I mean. I was probably a bit dense in clicking but that was when it really clicked, from the advert.
I don't remember, if it was it went over me. It was the actual text matter describing the whole thing and spelling it out that there was no cure for it, that was the thing. You've got it and it was a no-hope sort of advert, really. And... well we're all going to die sometime, and whether they're just putting off the day I go, because they certainly won't find a cure. So I mean, maybe for once they weren't being too alarmist that in fact there is no cure anyway. But they can do a lot for you before you pop off, that's all you can say.