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Lindsay Rosenwald is a kind of doctor who applies his medical principles in finances, funding, and investments when it comes to aiding various medical industries. This approach was influenced by two of his degrees, one in Finance, which was completed in 1977, and the other one is Medicine, in 1983. He balanced both courses when it comes to administering his patients back in his practitioner days, and developing diverse, biotechnological and medical ventures, while he worked in Wall Street. He was more prominent as a financial analyst, underwriter, and investor, than being a medical doctor or physician.
As Lindsay Rosenwald had exercised his profession for more than 2 years as a private practitioner, there have been many individuals, both patient and concerned loved ones that have been enlightened of his financial expertise. He made the burden of these people lighter by sharing and discussing with them of investments that could help them pay medical bills, and at the same time, become richer than they already are. This is one service that you would never see from other physicians. There have been considerate doctors who assist payments through installment terms or monthly payments, but not actually giving them the chance to improve financial standing.
After exercising his profession as a medical doctor, Lindsay Rosenwald went to Wall Street to follow the urge of handling finances all over again. He became a security analyst for Ladenburg Thalmann, and realized that he can secure his future by investing in the industry in which he saved lives. This is where he worked for Blair, knowing that placing funds on high-risk industries make more money than any other business, and this is the company that would help him achieve that endeavor. It did not just benefit him, but it also gave a bearing to the firm, and to the medical companies that trusted his underwriting.
Because of the skills Lindsay Rosenwald displayed for the people he took care of, many have been big investors, and had their finances go all the better, aside from making sickly patients healthy again. In a way, both financial and medical health has been cured, stabilized, and strengthened, thanks to his passion in saving lives. Even though he was already in Wall Street, working for D. H. Blair & Company, he still remembers his patients well, because he knew that what he gave was more than just freedom from sickness, but from poverty also.