In his article on my report on UT Dell Medical School [“Dell Med School Debate Over Use of Funds Continues
,” News, Feb. 17], Michael King states my "report does not attempt to analyze – or even consider – the clinical programs or direct benefits reported by the medical school in its work with local patients." If Mr. King had called me or read the report carefully, he would have understood that the Medical School keeps NO records of the specific clinical services it provides the poor for its $105 million from Central Health. My report analyzed the Medical School's personnel records, because those were the only pertinent records available. Those records showed the exact number (which is many) of Medical School fundraisers, accountants, communications staff, admissions officers, business managers, clerical and other non-clinical personnel paid for with our tax dollars intended for, but not going to, the poor for health care.