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My late wife complained about abdomenal pain, fatigue, loss of hair and appetite and low blood iron. Doctor ran simple blood tests, gave her prozac and called it could. She did not refer her to anyone else who had a better grasp on things. My wife had a renal transplant, was 25 years post crohns disease. I found my wife's handwritten notes about this only recently. My wife was later diagnosed with Stage 4 NK T-Cell Lymphoma. She died on 10/12/06. An emergency surgury had to be performed because of bleeding from her bladder secondary to her chemo. They found a large tumor in her bowel. That was the primary tumor and caused her Lymphoma. If this "doctor" had bothered to run tests or refer her to a specialist my wife would probably be alive today as the tumor would have been discovered. This so called doctor was more concerned whether Carol had signed a release form to let me contact this doctor.

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flag | Submitted April 1, 2009

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  • Mayo Med Sch, Rochester Mn 55905 (Grad. 1987)

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