Thanks to all that brought this interview to us. Dr. Shafer is really kind to have done this; I don't think many people in his position would have done so to this extent. It seems as if he gets what is important in this case and why it is important for people to have as much answered as possible.
The thing that most stood out to me in part one was his comments about how the record keeping could have saved Michael's life. I remember how many people would gloss over that in discussions about this case. The way that he explained it does make you feel that such a routine thing could have saved Michael. It was like Michael wasn't even being treated like a real patient, in my opinion.