Re: This is REALLY important to all of us

From: rikam (
Sat Mar 10 21:09:52 2001

I'll second that!! I'm waiting too. Matter of fact she has demonstrated great strength, reserve, and character...I sure wouldn't have blamed her if she had turned the tables and considered a lawsuit on her own behalf...against said doctor and am willing to testify for her and give her a few good names.

Some good did come out of this. I surely wouldn't wish to operated on by a human demonstrating what this doctor did (my opinion is not based on what she wrote, but on the actions of the doctor). Actually, I was twice. Same dude. Ruined me for life too. Was almost worse than that. Gee. The guy who operated on me, according to the opinion of dozens of other surgeons and physicians including the two who saved my life, "was he's an arrogant ___...". Their opinion of course, not mine.

>----- Original Message -----
From: "anonymous" <> To: "Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS" <> Sent: Saturday, March 10, 2001 3:44 PM Subject: This is REALLY important to all of us

> I've just been reading some of the recent messages, and I am appalled.
> We are in danger of something basic being taken away from all of us.
> First, there was no place in Regina's original message where she claimed
> that her opinion was anything BUT opiniion and personal experience. A
> lot of people have had great experiences and stories to tell about Drs.
> R & R, and we have all been very happy for them. Regina was ALSO very
> happy for them. Second, we should be so happy that we have such a
> message board where we can all express our opinions and difficulties.
> Third, it is NOT okay that Drs. R & R are trying to take this basic
> right away from one of our members; to mention legal action and to even
> imply that Regina's career was in danger was a direct threat and totally
> out of line. These doctors have been wonderful for many people, but
> they were NOT wonderful for Regina. She was treated poorly and shown no
> respect, and she had every right to say as much and to give the rest of
> us the warning that this could happen. Indeed, an apology is in order,
> but it is Regina to whom this should be made. The doctor has been a
> great support of this society, and we appreciate it. However, I (and I
> hope the rest of you) are waiting for the apology to Regina on this
> message board. We should never be made to feel that we are unable to
> express ourselves here.

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