Surviving Your Doctors: Why the Medical System is Dangerous to Your Health and How to Get Through it Alive

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Surviving Your Doctors, with its in-depth explanations, guidance, and direction will be the basic training manual patients need to work their way through the health care maze. It serves as a map of the medical minefield, told from the perspective of a doctor yet designed to reveal the faults in the system and the things that can and do go wrong during the course of both routine and special procedures and office visits. Filled with real stories of medical mishaps, anecdotes, and checklists, this book will walk readers through major areas of the medical world – from the doctor’s office to the pharmacy, from the laboratory to the ER – giving them a clearer picture of how things really work, what health care workers really think, and how to take back control of their health and the care they receive.

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  1. Cheryl Wedesweiler "author of SUMMER BORN and...
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    An informative read!!, November 16, 2010

    This book was full of information. It stresses the importance of record keeping(as well as copies of tests) and getting acquainted with your Emergency Room and its available facilities Also, of researching (Googling) for your own knowledge. You should also write down your questions before you go to the doctor.

    The author also talks about the way doctors cover up their mistakes. The author gives you the tools you need to survive your doctors.

    Some of my family is also reading this book for the needed awareness that the book offers.

    I am the author of Summer Born: A Life With Cerebellar Ataxia and Dreams in August: Life, Love, and Cerebellar Ataxia

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  2. M. Fatima Muhammad "doggone skater 550"
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    books that inform., November 28, 2011
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    I did receive both of these books that I ordered on time and in great condition. I bought one for myself and one for a daughter who suffers many health challenges, and I thought this book would be a great help for her. I have some health issues and knew this book could be a weapon in my arsenal of trying to do the right things fro myself healthwise. Thanks to the author for writing this book.

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