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  1. So sorry for your loss. I think we expect professionals to do the right thing and feel out of place speaking up, but you are so right that we need to pay attention and say something. (((hugs)))

  2. This is definitely a poignant message. I appreciate your sharing your story. Even if you can reach one person that can pay more attention and speak up if they have the slightest suspicion, then you have done a great service.

  3. Thanks for all the hugs and support ladies. Thank you so much for sharing my Cause. The more people we can reach the more lives we can save. Be happy and safe.

  4. I am so very sorry for your loss. I cannot even imagine what you must have felt/are feeling.

    Thank you for sharing your story and offering this advice

  5. I have seen medical negligence and I now keep myself very informed. I always ask questions and look up the side effects and risks on my own. So sorry for your loss.

  6. I'm so sorry for your loss. I totally agree that you have to speak up when you know something is wrong. I also think when anyone is in the hospital they should have an advocate there with them. My brother almost died after a bad reaction to anesthesia, and if my mom hadn't been in the room with him he would have. So scary.

  7. Your comment "Never ignore your gut feeling. If you think something is wrong, it probably is. Don't wait around to see yourself proven wrong." is the most important thing that I think all parents need to learn.
    If I had truly listened to my gut feelings and not waited for proof, my son would be alive today. He was the victim of someone's deliberate negligence.

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