Doctors: Delay and Deny is the Standard Operating Procedure

Sep 12th, 2012 | By | Category: Op-Ed

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It is amazing that Linda has the strength to be a patient advocate. With her own mesh removal surgery one month away, she still listens to women daily talk about how they seek treatment which is made difficult and even impossible. Delay and deny seems to be the standard operating procedure.  Often doctors not only don’t  believe their patient but they can be incredible verbally cruel and rude.

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