Same Old stuff

My family doctor is away for six weeks. This happens 3 or so times a year without any warning. Because the clinic I use has no policy for continued care of chronic patients I now have no access to files and updates from other doctors as their messages go into my doctor’s message file and aren’t monitored or passed on in any way.

By accident my lung doctor mentioned he had seen a message from the oncologist who WILL NOT talk to me about a CT scan sent to him (I see him about every 18 months) because it images my lungs really well. That’s good news but there’s also something about my cancer’s “progress” (not a nice word) that goes unexplained plus some news of deterioration on the left side of my heart.

So hopefully the appointment next week at the local clinic with a different doctor will get me access to my health news. (Ha!)

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