Diagnosis of lung cancer
nichollsvi2 at GMAIL.COM
Tue Oct 14 16:30:36 UTC 2014
The same holds true in my case. I had gastroparesis for years before
having a gastrectomy. The doctor had never had problems or everyone left
him (when a patient says "I can't work with you" the doctor and the
admin should have gotten the hint there was a problem) when they did. I
developed several other GI issues and I was told if I was disciplined
I'd be fine, I just needed to eat, etc.
The doctor never picked up on all that we were trying to tell him. I've
in starvation ketosis now with no care. I can see the point below about
seeing their doctor but there is no specialty care that I would need in
That's the reason for being on here and trying to get notice to the 2nd
and 3rd paragraph below, outside of listing to the patient.
On 10/14/2014 6:59 AM, Jason Maude wrote:
> This is a very interesting study on the diagnosis of lung cancer in
> the UK as it covers over 20,000 cases over a 13 year period. This is a
> link to the BBC new article http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-29596645
> and this one gets you the study
> It was interesting that it seemed to show that the main problem was
> not the patients presenting late but the GP not picking it up as on
> average those who died early had seen their GP 5x.
> The author suggests the use of software prompts "to help GPs to
> identify and investigate, in a timely manner, those at risk"
> Jason Maude
> Founder and CEO Isabel Healthcare
> Tel: +44 1428 644886
> Tel: +1 703 879 1890
> www.isabelhealthcare.com <http://www.isabelhealthcare.com/>
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