ANA Discussion Forum
Useful Information => Physicians => Topic started by: nimmy on July 31, 2007, 12:45:31 pm
I did 2 months full time research to find the sources to find right doctors and right approach.
1) I had a paid member ship in http://www.castleconnolly.com, www.mdnationwide.org which will give top doctors in state wise and speciality wise.
If any body need send me state, I can email the list
2) I took Complete Paid Reports about 10 doctors in NY state and in CA through healthgrades.com.
If any body need I can send these reports
send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org also. I will reply with the info. what you need. Becuase when I try to paste that list in forum place, the text format chaning . so that it is not readable
If U want to talk to me send me an emal with your contact number . I can Provide the info. what i know
Right now I am using Homeopathic medicine from one homeo doctor who is internationally well know , he wrote a Book also about cancer treatment in Homeopath. I want to wait for few more months for surgery if required by observing next MRI
nimmy: WHERE WERE YOU 14 MONTHS AGO ?(oh yeah, I didn't even have a computer then!!). I think it's great that you posted this for everyone. Good for you taking the time to investigate. Wish I had. Always good thoughts, Nancy
I was just diagnosed Aug/Sept '07 w/ a left 2.5cm AN. I have interviewed at least 5 Dr's so far but the great options don't seem to be out there. So I trying to make the best/reasearched choice and have the feeling the ground is crumbling under my feet? I also just lost my dad Sept 29th, and have 2 small children. I'm so glad to find this forum! The direction I seem to be headed is towards FSR. My balance nerves are gone my hearing is going and I am 45 trying to hold on to the hearing I have. My last appointment was w/ Dr William Friedman @ Shands in Gainesville FL. He does not do Fractioned...my question to the group is re: who & where for FSR? I live in FL but travel for this seems likely? Any experiences/thoughts re: FSR are appreciated! Thanks, Yenna
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