When the Patient Advocate Becomes a Patient

Oct 7th, 2012 | By | Category: Your Turn

October 7, 2012~ Our wonder Teapapers patient advocate, Linda, is finally set to her her mesh removal surgery October 11!  We wish her well. She has saved the lives of so many women. Hers has been a very long road especially since her June initial consultation with Dr. Shlomo Raz, at UCLA, the premier doctor in the world who is taking polypropylene mesh out of thousands of women who are suffering. He too is a hero!

Linda submits her last blog (below) before surgery.  She will be in our thoughts and prayers on Thursday!

http://teapapers.com/bladdersling/2012/10/my-break-time-for-surgery/

 

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