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Re: [IP] bad doc : good doc

I'm with you Barry,
I'd much rather concentrate on the good -- and I think that we will gain a
lot more from that approach.  I've seen a BUNCH of crummy docs over the last
27 years, but even in a rural area you always have the choice to travel
somewhere else.  If you become labelled as difficult (as all 250+) of us
could be, we could also lose the good docs.  I had an endo appointment today
and told my doc that he should consider coming here, I'd really rather not
lose him.  We may not agree on everything, but he has ears and a brain and
will use them both concurrently.  AMAZING!
Take care,
dx '71, MM507 1/98, Humalog
-----Original Message-----
From: barry bruce <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: April 09, 1998 05:52 AM
Subject: [IP] bad doc : good doc

>since a list of all the lethal medical people out there could possible be
>consideres liable how 'bout a list of some of our good ones. surely(don't
>call me surely) they won't mind some free advertisment and it might help
>someone find a knowing professional in thier area.
>just a thought.
>email @ redacted
>icq: 10047360
>Insulin-Pumpers website   http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/

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