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Was reading snopes cuz you know how you surf and then explore.. and so check up on things? I told a friend what I was reading and she sent me this link

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To me.. having your breast removed is a MAJOR surgery.. not something to like remove.. turn you around a few times then send you home to recover as an out patient.


bothers me a lot

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      Mary Clark wrote Nov 29, 2008
    • Yes...this is disturbing to say the least.  I read about it a while back.  This is where you need to contact your legislature and let them know how you want them to vote.  The only upside to leaving the hospital  as soon as you preventing from getting staff infection.  

      I had my hysterectomy on a Monday and Wednesday I went home.  My dr. said if I was doing good he wanted me out of that hospital due to staff.  I did great.  

      But I still want the option to stay if needed and I don’t want an insurance company dictating to me or the dr. when I should go home.

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