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April 17, 2012


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Bill Kleine

My doctor makes it his habit to voice his thought process when making a judgment call, inviting discussion. This approach helped me understand why he didn't use routine CT's for monitoring [cost, radiation, and small kidney mets don't respond to treatment better than large ones]. While I wanted to know "I'm fine" or "there's trouble" I trusted his judgment. As it turned out it took 17 years for a met to appear, and it was discovered using the routine chest x-rays that were part of his strategy.

Jan Baird Hasak

What a wonderful resource. I'm gratified to know that people are taking the crisis seriously and not just giving it lip service. Thanks for your participation in this worthwhile campaign.

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