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How to Find a Good Doctor

I would like to share with you some general tips for finding/researching doctors which I have accumulated in the last two years based on my experiences with my husband's illness. (Note that resources vary from state to state.) *Ama-assn.org -- basic info about doctors *Castle Connolly's "America's Best Doctors for Cancer". Second edition came out [...]

LGBT Cancer Project

The LGBT Cancer Project is the first national project for lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual cancer surivors in the United States. It was started by the Malecare in 2005. Including a lgbt cancer survivor social network, in person and online support groups and an informational lgbt cancer website , Malecare’s OutWithCancer lgbt cancer project is [...]

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Straight Talk for the Newly Diagnosed

Have much catching up to do with you all.  I received the following from Johns Hopkins health alerts (you can subscribe for free @johnshopkinshealthalerts.com).  This is critical reading for the newbies and "validation" for the oldies.  You can trust Hopkins:  According to usnews.com, which ranks hospitals, JH is the best hospital in the country overall (have to [...]

How to Finding A Good ED Specialist

I am going to let you in on my hottest tips for finding good doctors,  based on what I've learned since the onset of my husband's illness.   Yes, the hardest thing of all was finding a good ED doc!  So I am going to put special emphasis on sniffing out the "sexperts".  Note that this list is very idiosyncratic, and also that resources vary from [...]

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