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  1. Medical Malpractice: Re: Hematologist Thinks Family Practitioner's Vaccines Got Me Sick

    Thank you. And yes, if we decide to proceed with a suit, ther will be a lot to consider. If they do end up needing to remove my spleen, we will certainly be filing a suit because loss of an organ due...
  2. Medical Malpractice: Re: Hematologist Thinks Family Practitioner's Vaccines Got Me Sick

    Ok, I'm not looking for a "cash cow," and I am well aware of the meaning of my condition and the fact that "idiopathic" means of unknown origin. To prove indefinitely the exact and predominate cause...
  3. Medical Malpractice: Re: Hematologist Thinks Family Practitioner's Vaccines Got Me Sick

    And it would be a very rare and odd occurrance for ITP to be caused simply by Mono. I just thought that it was a big no no to give vaccines to someone that is already immunocompromised due to a virus...
  4. Medical Malpractice: Re: Hematologist Thinks Family Practitioner's Vaccines Got Me Sick

    I went to the doctors office because of the mono. I wanted to get tested. I had discussed all of my symptoms with her including occasional spleen pain/discomfort. I got the mono spot test and had had...
  5. Medical Malpractice: Do I have a case? - Hematologist Thinks Family Practitioner's Vaccines Got Me Sick

    My question involves Medical Malpractice in the state of: North Carolina

    Do I have a case???

    On the same day that my doctor diagnosed me with Mononucleosis, he administered three vaccinations...
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