AftermathArticle Talk: No Donuts, No Job

Started by Suzi, April 24, 2019
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Suzi

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View Original Post I was a single woman. That means I was self-supporting in as an Interior Designer for a major furniture major furniture company. I had a 401k, so yes, I had savings in 2005 when I found the odd lump in my left breast. I rushed immediately to my gyno doc who sent me to a breast cancer oncologist in Los Angeles. I was diagnosed with invasive carcinoma, and scheduled for a mastectomy, but I contracted Gangrene in the hospital and was rushed home. My surgeon order a nurse to check on me daily. The necrotic skin on my chest grew black within a couple days and I was ordered to go back to Cedars' Emergency room. I waited in pain all day long. Was finally admitted after dark with nothing to eat all day. The Tram Flap surgery began early next morning. But there were complications I wasn't informed of until much later. The artery from my abdomen refused to send blood to my chest implant. They brought leaches in. I had a hematoma in my hip incision that was looking bad, so had another surgery, and another to repair it. Within a six month recovery period my precious job was deleted from my life. Yes, they had fired me due to my inability to stand and climb a ladder. It got worse. I had more surgeries to debride the necrotic skin under my arm because I couldn't raise my arm. The scars were bad, the whole process a nightmare. Eventually I had used up my entire savings and had to move in with a family member in Arkansas. I took a job in a thrift store thinking I could get health insurance after six months, but was denied because of a pre-existing condition! I have a bill from Cedar's Sinai for 2.1 million dollars! In 2010 I lived with my son for a year, then with my sister in Colorado. I got my early social security. I'm on medicare but denied medicaid. I miss my children, and my grandchildren! The whole process was pure hell! What happens when you're a single woman with breast cancer is horrifying!View Original Post I was a single woman. That means I was self-supporting in as an Interior Designer for a major furniture major furniture company. I had a 401k, so yes, I had savings in 2005 when I found the odd lump in my left breast. I rushed immediately to my gyno doc who sent me to a breast cancer oncologist in Los Angeles. I was diagnosed with invasive carcinoma, and scheduled for a mastectomy, but I contracted Gangrene in the hospital and was rushed home. My surgeon order a nurse to check on me daily. The necrotic skin on my chest grew black within a couple days and I was ordered to go back to Cedars' Emergency room. I waited in pain all day long. Was finally admitted after dark with nothing to eat all day. The Tram Flap surgery began early next morning. But there were complications I wasn't informed of until much later. The artery from my abdomen refused to send blood to my chest implant. They brought leaches in. I had a hematoma in my hip incision that was looking bad, so had another surgery, and another to repair it. Within a six month recovery period my precious job was deleted from my life. Yes, they had fired me due to my inability to stand and climb a ladder. It got worse. I had more surgeries to debride the necrotic skin under my arm because I couldn't raise my arm. The scars were bad, the whole process a nightmare. Eventually I had used up my entire savings and had to move in with a family member in Arkansas. I took a job in a thrift store thinking I could get health insurance after six months, but was denied because of a pre-existing condition! I have a bill from Cedar's Sinai for 2.1 million dollars! In 2010 I lived with my son for a year, then with my sister in Colorado. I got my early social security. I'm on medicare but denied medicaid. I miss my children, and my grandchildren! The whole process was pure hell! What happens when you're a single woman with breast cancer is horrifying! da

href=\'https://www.curetoday.com/community/ryan-hamner/2019/04/no-donuts-no-job?eKey\' target=\'_blank\'>View Original Post \r\nI was a single woman. That means I was self-supporting in as an Interior Designer for a major furniture major furniture company. I had a 401k, so yes, I had savings in 2005 when I found the odd lump in my left breast. I rushed immediately to my gyno doc who sent me to a breast cancer oncologist in Los Angeles. I was diagnosed with invasive carcinoma, and scheduled for a mastectomy, but I contracted Gangrene in the hospital and was rushed home. My surgeon order a nurse to check on me daily. The necrotic skin on my chest grew black within a couple days and I was ordered to go back to Cedars\' Emergency room. I waited in pain all day long. Was finally admitted after dark with nothing to eat all day. The Tram Flap surgery began early next morning. But there were complications I wasn\'t informed of until much later. The artery from my abdomen refused to send blood to my chest implant. They brought leaches in. I had a hematoma in my hip incision that was looking bad, so had another surgery, and another to repair it. Within a six month recovery period my precious job was deleted from my life. Yes, they had fired me due to my inability to stand and climb a ladder. It got worse. I had more surgeries to debride the necrotic skin under my arm because I couldn\'t raise my arm. The scars were bad, the whole process a nightmare. Eventually I had used up my entire savings and had to move in with a family member in Arkansas. I took a job in a thrift store thinking I could get health insurance after six months, but was denied because of a pre-existing condition! I have a bill from Cedar\'s Sinai for 2.1 million dollars! In 2010 I lived with my son for a year, then with my sister in Colorado. I got my early social security. I\'m on medicare but denied medicaid. I miss my children, and my grandchildren! The whole process was pure hell! What happens when you\'re a single woman with breast cancer is horrifying!View Original Post \r\nI was a single woman. That means I was self-supporting in as an Interior Designer for a major furniture major furniture company. I had a 401k, so yes, I had savings in 2005 when I found the odd lump in my left breast. I rushed immediately to my gyno doc who sent me to a breast cancer oncologist in Los Angeles. I was diagnosed with invasive carcinoma, and scheduled for a mastectomy, but I contracted Gangrene in the hospital and was rushed home. My surgeon order a nurse to check on me daily. The necrotic skin on my chest grew black within a couple days and I was ordered to go back to Cedars\' Emergency room. I waited in pain all day long. Was finally admitted after dark with nothing to eat all day. The Tram Flap surgery began early next morning. But there were complications I wasn\'t informed of until much later. The artery from my abdomen refused to send blood to my chest implant. They brought leaches in. I had a hematoma in my hip incision that was looking bad, so had another surgery, and another to repair it. Within a six month recovery period my precious job was deleted from my life. Yes, they had fired me due to my inability to stand and climb a ladder. It got worse. I had more surgeries to debride the necrotic skin under my arm because I couldn\'t raise my arm. The scars were bad, the whole process a nightmare. Eventually I had used up my entire savings and had to move in with a family member in Arkansas. I took a job in a thrift store thinking I could get health insurance after six months, but was denied because of a pre-existing condition! I have a bill from Cedar\'s Sinai for 2.1 million dollars! In 2010 I lived with my son for a year, then with my sister in Colorado. I got my early social security. I\'m on medicare but denied medicaid. I miss my children, and my grandchildren! The whole process was pure hell! What happens when you\'re a single woman with breast cancer is horrifying! da

View Original Post \r\nI was a single woman. That means I was self-supporting in as an Interior Designer for a major furniture major furniture company. I had a 401k, so yes, I had savings in 2005 when I found the odd lump in my left breast. I rushed immediately to my gyno doc who sent me to a breast cancer oncologist in Los Angeles. I was diagnosed with invasive carcinoma, and scheduled for a mastectomy, but I contracted Gangrene in the hospital and was rushed home. My surgeon order a nurse to check on me daily. The necrotic skin on my chest grew black within a couple days and I was ordered to go back to Cedars\' Emergency room. I waited in pain all day long. Was finally admitted after dark with nothing to eat all day. The Tram Flap surgery began early next morning. But there were complications I wasn\'t informed of until much later. The artery from my abdomen refused to send blood to my chest implant. They brought leaches in. I had a hematoma in my hip incision that was looking bad, so had another surgery, and another to repair it. Within a six month recovery period my precious job was deleted from my life. Yes, they had fired me due to my inability to stand and climb a ladder. It got worse. I had more surgeries to debride the necrotic skin under my arm because I couldn\'t raise my arm. The scars were bad, the whole process a nightmare. Eventually I had used up my entire savings and had to move in with a family member in Arkansas. I took a job in a thrift store thinking I could get health insurance after six months, but was denied because of a pre-existing condition! I have a bill from Cedar\'s Sinai for 2.1 million dollars! In 2010 I lived with my son for a year, then with my sister in Colorado. I got my early social security. I\'m on medicare but denied medicaid. I miss my children, and my grandchildren! The whole process was pure hell! What happens when you\'re a single woman with breast cancer is horrifying!View Original Post \r\nI was a single woman. That means I was self-supporting in as an Interior Designer for a major furniture major furniture company. I had a 401k, so yes, I had savings in 2005 when I found the odd lump in my left breast. I rushed immediately to my gyno doc who sent me to a breast cancer oncologist in Los Angeles. I was diagnosed with invasive carcinoma, and scheduled for a mastectomy, but I contracted Gangrene in the hospital and was rushed home. My surgeon order a nurse to check on me daily. The necrotic skin on my chest grew black within a couple days and I was ordered to go back to Cedars\' Emergency room. I waited in pain all day long. Was finally admitted after dark with nothing to eat all day. The Tram Flap surgery began early next morning. But there were complications I wasn\'t informed of until much later. The artery from my abdomen refused to send blood to my chest implant. They brought leaches in. I had a hematoma in my hip incision that was looking bad, so had another surgery, and another to repair it. Within a six month recovery period my precious job was deleted from my life. Yes, they had fired me due to my inability to stand and climb a ladder. It got worse. I had more surgeries to debride the necrotic skin under my arm because I couldn\'t raise my arm. The scars were bad, the whole process a nightmare. Eventually I had used up my entire savings and had to move in with a family member in Arkansas. I took a job in a thrift store thinking I could get health insurance after six months, but was denied because of a pre-existing condition! I have a bill from Cedar\'s Sinai for 2.1 million dollars! In 2010 I lived with my son for a year, then with my sister in Colorado. I got my early social security. I\'m on medicare but denied medicaid. I miss my children, and my grandchildren! The whole process was pure hell! What happens when you\'re a single woman with breast cancer is horrifying! da

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