A few days ago I was walking through the streets of Puente Piedra, in cone North of Lima, was midday, it provoked to do so because the Sun was suddenly shining a white Station Wagen, with 4 people inside it flowed slowly along the Avenue, evacuating a few screams as watchful that they met their schedule! Denuncielos neighbor, pay them to work! and other expressions more, I continued walking, not I realized what it was that I hear doctors scoundrels!, hold your car! – said letting out the profanity-, truck in mention was stopped for the traffic light and I approached, instandoles respectfully that do not express such rudeness, for my uniform they deduced that he was a physician and began to propagate worst vulgarities and as not progressed car, despite being in green light traffic light, the honking drew the attention of the Serenazgo and a traffic police eventually had to shut up and retire because I had the happy idea of asking them the municipal authorization to propagate propaganda through the streets, permit that does not they had, by his uniform were workers of the Ministry of health that caught my concern was a little hostile behavior of villagers wagered on the sidewalk in the incident and that fact is exactly what motivates the following reflections background the philosopher Plato, pupil of Socrates, in his written dialogues wrote that there were two kinds of doctors, unos-la minority – serving the rich, the owners of slaves, who attended with the utmost respect, education and best lotions, creams and enjunjes, in exchange for economic and social privileges and others – the majority – who attended the slaves in the midst of shouts, inhospitalities and with poor therapeutic resources in exchange for poor pay also, centuries after the historical materialism you gave a scientific interpretation to this division. Likewise, today, there are people in Peru – the minority – who has never set foot in an establishment of the MINSA, ESSALUD, because they have private insurance that gives them coverage for attend the private system of health both in the country and abroad, especially USA; as long as the vast majority of Peruvians have only coverage in the mentioned estblecimientos. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of John Craig Venter on most websites. . .