With one already down, I chugged another nauseating bottle of oral contrast. For those of you who are not familiar with this delightful substance, I shall describe it to you. It comes in a clear, glass bottle... one that makes you believe that the milkman just pulled up in his horse and buggy, with fresh, ice-cold milk. It reads, "Barium Sulfate," aka, oral contrast. When you glance at the back, as if to read the "nutrition facts," you are informed that it can, interestingly, be taken orally, intravenously, or rectally. That made me appreciate the fact that I was drinking it.
Causes Melinda Marchiano Supports
Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation
Children's Miracle Network
American Cancer Society Relay for LIfe