Makes you wonder what Dabo's staff, down in Clemson should be making, as well.
No.....but if your user name references an Elton John song, you may be fibbing about not knowing.
Thanks, cancer does suck.
wasnt expecting a miracle, but the process, examinations and medication choices left a lot to be desired.
she did take some moments to go to the North windows on the top floors to watch people gather on Saturdays. She was an Ohio University graduate, but a Buckeye, at heart.
She was bleeding from her tumors, her cancer was stage 4 and as of yet uncureable. She was taking experimental cemos as it was, and her doctor wanted her to try a new cemo but the insurance company wouldn't cover the cost unless there were baseline tests done to get information from the experiment, since they couldn't stop her bleeding....no tests....no Insurance coverage. No new cemo and she spent her last week on pain mess, instead of having that little hope that maybe the next cemo would save her.
sorry I'm a bit bitter, still. I know it's nobody's fault.
i found the nurses and nurse's assistants to be very kind and did a fantastic job giving care and comfort. I did feel that the doctors didn't communicate very well and did not spend much time making observations on my sister.