My story about The Penny Doctors was told to my wife by her mother many years ago. Her mother grew up in Northern Wisconsin in the 1920s, and through the years, many experimental medical research has been done on unsuspecting people, children, and adults alike. Many of these practices were done in a hush-hush manner. One can only imagine the fear of knowing about these practices and having to be out after sunset. Children with disabilities were most vulnerable. Many of these children and adults were returned with a bag of coins and many in a more debilitated condition than when taken. No amount of money could ever compensate the families who cared for these loved ones. On a positive note, generations to come have benefited by the accomplishments done by the medical profession. These professionals work relentlessly for answers to give humanity a better quality of life, and may they all be blessed.