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Housing without services is not the answer. Hospitalization not the answer. Patients often return worse than when they left. #mentalillness
Play nicely. Visiting mom-you know, the metastatic breast cancer patient. Her b'day is tomorrow. Family celebration today #talkpink #bcsm
.@ExpressRxHelp Just letting you know refusing pain meds prescribed to a metastatic cancer patient is NOT cool. #NeedMyMeds
Hugs and Love from here. xoxo RT @annieg917: I'm scaring other patients while waiting for chemo #bcsm #itgetsbetterihope
.@AdamsLisa=educated, engaged patient, completely involved in all decisions abt her tx. Her choice to share is a gift that helps many. #bcsm
So TRUE RT @DrBeckerSchutte Platitudes and "cheering up" are almost always about the cheerer's fear--not about the patient's need. #bcsm
As a patient volunteer @sloan_kettering, I'm highly offended by suggestion Lisa is "proselytizer" for institution. We are grateful patients.
Go, E!!! RT @ElaineSchattner: Who can better represent a patient's experience, if she chooses to share it, than the patient herself? #bcsm
All patients may not know what we want initially. We are bombarded with shock of dx and info overload. Need to have it broken down #hchlitss
T2 My mom is a breast cancer patient who had lung nodule and she dealt w/watchful waiting for long time. #lcsm
Both chats are intersecting in conversation. Seems to be about patient understanding need for screening/care/language #hchlitss #lcsm
RT @dandunlop Let's at least give patients opportunity to respond to potential COI.They have the right to know. Disclosure is a must. #hcldr
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