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Date Posted: 16:19:11 08/06/13 Tue
Author: wherly
Subject: Re: Raven Update 8/2/13
In reply to: GoodWillTalking 's message, "Raven Update 8/2/13" on 17:35:04 08/03/13 Sat

You're both in my prayers. God be with you always.

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[> Re: Raven Update 8/2/13 -- Rapido, 21:25:12 08/06/13 Tue [1]

Raven, I think of you often and my heart aches for you. I will tell you I am a medical professional non physician. I have been personally and professionally involved with life threatening illness. Communication is such a big issue and I know what iti is like to wait for return phone calls that never come. There may be logistical problems, organizational problems or the oncologist is reluctant to step on the toes of other doctors. I do not know if he is a community physician, an academic physician, a research based physician. Different practice patterns sometimes impact communication. My father had a tremendous cardiologist who only rendered inpatient care. He had no clinic hours so everything fell through the cracks upon hospital discharge.
Of course it is none of my business but if you have a primary care physician currently involved and up to speed, ask for help with this communication and care drop. Or ask whoever is managing your labs and meds for a care conference.
I am so sorry for your pain. Thinking of you.

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