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Re: [IP] Any good endocrinologists in Phoenix AZ

If you don't like any of those others have listed, I would suggest going to
a University Hospital and finding their diabetic center, or an endo at the
university hospital.

I have been very lucky to have had a pioneering endo as a child...I was
counting carbs in 1971 with MDI.  His name is Dr. Malcolm Martin, and he
teaches at Georgetown University Hospital, here in D.C., although he is only
a pediatric endo(except for grown child patients, and gestational D's).  I
have spent the last 3 years(Martin is retiring) trying to find an endo, and
I have had disaster, after disaster.  Finally I got a referral from Dr.
Martin to the head endo at the Diabetic Center, at GU, and I am already
doing worlds better after one visit(and some adjustments).  It amazes me how
many really BAD doctors there are out there when it comes to diabetes.  One
of the classes Dr. Martin taught parents of New Diabetics in the early 70's
was called  "protecting yourself from the general practitioner."


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>From: "Heidi Stiner" <email @ redacted>
>To: <email @ redacted>
>Subject: Re: [IP] Any good endocrinologists in Phoenix AZ
>Date: Fri, Mar 5, 1999, 7:00 PM

> Hope,
> My name's Heidi.  I live in Chandler (a suburb of PHX).  I've been to Dr.
> Lawrence Nilsen.  He is very good.  Right now I am seeing Dr. Joan Bailey.
> I really like her, too.  They both have pump therapy specialists to help
> you.
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