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ITS NOT WHEN U DIE BUT HOW !
I HAVE OSTEOMYLITIS AND EVERY 3 MONTHS I TAKE IV VANCOMYCIN THEN DAPOMYCIN--NOW VANCO AGAIN--THE FLARE UP PARALIZATION HIT ME FROM THE WAIST DOWN. THE INFECTIOUS DISEASE DOC SAYS ITS NOT AN INFECTION BUT RESIDUAL DAMAGE FROM THR ORIGINAL STAFF INFECTION IN MY SPINE. 10 VERTABRE DAMAGED 4 DOWN TO THE NERVE--HENCE THE PARALIZATION. NO NEGATIVE BACTERIA FOUND ON 3 BIOPS. NO INSURANCE--DID NOT NO I WOULD GET OLD & SICK--
DOCTOR FIRES ME & SENDS ME TO SOMEONE ELSE WHO DON'T TAKE MED-I-CAL INSURANCE
WHAT KIND OF OPERATION DO I NEED OR WHAT DO I DO--HOW TO STOP YHE FIARE UPS PARALIZATION?
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