Category Archives: General Medical Industry

I’m outta here!!

It’s always a good to be leaving the hospital feeling much better than you were when you first got here. Thank God for IVIG! 🙂

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I was a big liar today at the dentist.

Last time I tried going to see a dentist (an embarrassingly long time ago–over a year I think–), the entire visit went down in flames. Once I started talking about my medical history, he flipped out, wanted a signed letter … Continue reading

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My suffering to help others

It makes me feel good–beyond words–to think that maybe someone is benefitting from what I’ve learned through all of my suffering over the years– Even if I can only help one person, it’s a good thing…takes a little weight off … Continue reading

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My Angel Doctor

I think is normal for patients to see doctors who help us as being like angels (because in many ways, what they do is divine), but sometimes the way in which we meet one is so special, so unique, it … Continue reading

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The Foot Center at Cedars Sinai

Before I forget, I just wanted to make a note that it was Dr. Noreen Oswell who helped me when I had the deep puncture wood in my foot–she’s awesome! After she took the wood out of my toe, she … Continue reading

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Why private insurance does NOT work: Killer of the U.S. economy

People have limited resources. With those limited resources, most people are busy supporting a lifestyle they desire, or just trying to support any lifestyle….just working to survive. So people take their limited resources, and then every month budget in what … Continue reading

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The struggles with being chronically ill

Everyone with a chronic, ongoing illness gets to the point where they wonder if it is time to draw the line. This has nothing to do with wanting to die–I think most of us prefer to experience the rare joy … Continue reading

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