Monthly Archives: July 2014

Typical ADA Baloney

The following article from Diabetes Care linked below claims “High-carbohydrate, high-fiber (HCF) diets have beneficial therapeutic effects for selected patients with diabetes mellitus.” “Long-term Effects of High-carbohydrate, High-fiber Diets on Glucose and Lipid Metabolism: A Preliminary Report on Patients with … Continue reading

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The Heroes of the Siege of the Phoenix VA

I have been harshly critical at times of the Phoenix VA Medical Center. Given what has been happening both with respect to covering up the neglect of veterans, many of whom have combat related or service connected disabilities and conditions … Continue reading

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After Surgery

I got out out of the Hospital on Thursday. This is a summary of what happened while I was there. 1. My first metatarsal was ressected and the open wound was closed. 2. The infection appears to be under control … Continue reading

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Surgery

I wanted you all to know today I will have surgery. This is what I expect to happen: 1. The remaining infection secondary to a diabetic ulcer on my left foot where my big toe used to be will be … Continue reading

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Dropping the Big One

Once I sent the last letter posted to Senator McCain and that letter was forwarded by his office to the appropriate officials at the VA, I started to see results. Senator McCain received a letter from Sharon Hellman, the Hospital … Continue reading

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