Medical Malpractice Victims Unite
Stephanie Grow

Torrance, CA

#24 Jun 28, 2013
My contact information is:
[email protected]
My story is on youtube: meccagirl0
Stephanie Grow

Torrance, CA

#25 Jun 28, 2013
Cilla Mitchell wrote:
Also, will be coming out with a similar video naming the doctor who dropped the ball.
People need accountability when their loved one dies through neglect, no matter how they get it. In many cases, money is not a factor or driving force behind a fight against the medical community.
Why is it sometimes, when people are drinking coffee and having breakfast while reading their newspaper, they sometimes read a headline about a person gunning down a member of the medical community? Do they think the person who did such a heinous act was wanting money? No, they were driven to do this because they needed accountability and the laws preventing them from getting it.
Cilla, I read your story and want to contact you, but can't find any website, youtube channel, etc where your contact info might be. I'm not a lawyer or a doctor, but a victim like you. Perhaps advocacy is where the answer is?? I need you. I'm being ignored by the medical establishment. I'm being ignored because I'm transgendered and suffering from an exposure to formaldehyde to my groin, courtesy of a Thai surgeon (I went to Thailand for a sex change). I'm alone with my dog and cat. My family has abandoned me. I've been legally female for 8 yrs now, working as a software engineer in aerospace industry. I don't drink, smoke, do drugs, etc. I have a clean criminal history. I'm American. [email protected]
Terry R

Anchorage, AK

#26 Jun 29, 2013
Please join www.medicalmalpraticevictims.com .... we're starting a nonprofit once we get 750 people joined up! We WILL be heard in Washington, DC. We're cutting to the chase and having our accountability AND good healthcare, too! For some, it is too late: they are dead. For others, we are maimed. ALL OF US, SURVIVORS AND VICTIMS, COUNT!
Terry R

Anchorage, AK

#27 Jun 29, 2013
Well RATS .... lol ... I put up the wrong address above! It is WWW.MEDICALMALPRACTICEAWARENESS.COM ..... try that link!

http://www.medicalmalpracticeawareness.com/
Terry R

Anchorage, AK

#28 Jun 29, 2013
Terry R wrote:
Please join www.medicalmalpraticevictims.com .... we're starting a nonprofit once we get 750 people joined up! We WILL be heard in Washington, DC. We're cutting to the chase and having our accountability AND good healthcare, too! For some, it is too late: they are dead. For others, we are maimed. ALL OF US, SURVIVORS AND VICTIMS, COUNT!
WRONG SITE ADDRESS LISTED ABOVE: PLEASE GO TO http://www.medicalmalpracticeawareness.com/
andra

Ashburn, VA

#29 Jun 30, 2013
Please someone help me!! Tell me why do we live in a country so cruel that drs and hospitals can get completly away with murder..My mother best friend and only parent us 4 girls have ever had went into the hospital On June 10 with a bowel obstruction/ Hernia the size of an 8lb baby that her primaryt care dr and local sugeon has refused to operate on since 2007 bc she had no insurance from having and accident that caused her to be disablied and lose her job..well they let this hernia get so big it ended up wrapping around her intestines and strangulating them..she had just won her disibality in may so finally had insurance so they of course didnt hesitate to want to do surgery now..she went into surgery 1 pm July 11..it was only suposed to be a 2 to 3 hour surgery max and ended up taking 7 hours..we couldnt get any answers why or what was taking so long..well the dr fuinally came out and told us that she made it thru and tolerated the surgery well but would need to be on a ventilitor in the ccu over night..I immediantly asked him why? whats wrong? she has had serval surgeries bf and never needed a vent after..he said nothing is wrong she is fine and for us to go home that shewill rest all night..long story short no one ever ever told us anything was seriously wrong and believe me I called every hour that night..the next day we got to go visit..the had her off the vent..she didnt seen like she was her usual self but i chalkedit up to well she just had surgery....well we left and didnt more get in the ddor of my house when they called ad said my mom has an emergency she is being intubated to come back no..i didnt make it back bc when i got there they told me she was gone..they claimed she had a seizure then a major heart attack...long story short I got her recors and they basically just let her die..she was suposed to be in the best possible care and they couldnt save her..ppl have heart attacks everyday and survive..and Ive called every lawyer in the state of Arkansas and I have been told its pointless bc all the drs stick together here..so how can they just get away with taking our mother from us..she was 51 yrs old..no history of ever having seizures or heart problems..plz someone tell me how to get help..and screw money I dont care about it that will never bring her back..I want JUSTICE!!!!!!!!
Cilla Mitchell

San Antonio, TX

#30 Jun 30, 2013
I came out with a video called Why did you drop the ball Dr. Andrade?- youtube. It was a version of the first one I came out with but showing the face of the negligent reckless doctor who left my husband rotting in the ER in Galveston, Texas for over 17 1/2 hours without receiving the basic standard of care and who subsequently died less than 3 days later. Dr. Javier Andrade's likeness was used on it, and the New York Bariatric Group made youtube take it off for an infringement of copy rights. If you still want to see the face of the negligent and reckless doctor who killed my husband, please go to his own youtube video made by the New York Bariatric Group, where he can practice thanks to the Texas Medical Board, who allowed countless of doctors to freely kill their patients with out accountability. Google: Meet Dr. Javier Andrade, MD - youtube.

If you have any loved ones in the NYC area, I suggest you lead them to Dr. Andrade's video. Might save their lives.

The first video is mentioned in a post I wrote above in 2011 if you care to watch it. It is lengthy and over 9 minutes.

Thank you,

Cilla Mitchell
A Texas nurse and vet
Cilla Mitchell

San Antonio, TX

#31 Jun 30, 2013
If anyone has lost a family member or has been maimed by the medical community, please contact the website medicalmalpracticeawareness.com This website is the start of a new organization trying to get people together and make our voices heard on a national level.

Thank you again for your time,

Cilla Mitchell

A Texas nurse and vet
Tommy R

Felton, DE

#33 Jul 23, 2013
I was told for 20 plus years i had pnuemnia all state athlete passed arm forces physical. In 2011 with same symptoms went to hospital blood sugar over 600 they took chest xrays and told me no lung or heart problems 2 days later i collapsed my left lung was collapsed nad has been in xrays going back to 2000 it was lung cancer the size of a baseball. They sent me to philly to the best surgeons and talked me into a routine surgery(4to5 hrs cheduled)that took 12 they gave me less than 1200ml of fluid with out put of 760 Due to a lack of fluid I developed rybdomylosis my body start to eat its self from this and caused stroke tear in spinal cord and kidney failure. The muscles on my right side are all not able to be fixed. Brain damage and i was the sole provider for my family. From the surgery release the hospital refused to see me and still have number of problems. Seizures ,numb from neck down ,cant walk much drive vision loss memory loss incontince, incomptant (no more Kids) never to work disabilty. Lawyers say neg. is there but they cant help my life and families life is over was making 6 figures with great potential for advancement at work Now i go to 2 or 3 doctors a week was on no prescriptions before surgery now on 23 meds a day and no longer allowed to make decisions for my self all this no help. Lost everything. As surgery went on for example never reposition for whole surgery no padding and all vitals constantly gained example creatine into 70000 shutting down kidneys many more if someone can help. Lawyers its a business decision not enough money, had one lawyer tell me i was not right color get that 2013 and that was there answer. My doctors tell me to get lawyer for malpractice then they banned together . Just this January went thinking i was having heart attack with blood pressure 180-110 and sugars 615 they tell me nothing wrong and send me home hope someone can guide me. Careless about myself have 3 year old and wife all after surviving cancer twice when i was 9 and 12 All w are to doctors is copay nad money they careless please email [email protected] if any ideas

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#34 Oct 9, 2013
I know Democrats wrote:
Jackie, you are definitely a Democrat. Always on the lookout to get something for nothing and blame others for your own irresponsibility. Democrats are so easy to spot. They are the very people trying to find a lawsuit in every instance possible to make a dollar. Democrats want to take and not provide. Democratas want the people that are smarter and have made better decisions in their lives to provide for the irresponsible behavior of others who have less because of their own inaction. Getting sympathy for a son, which I am not completely sure ever existed, is like making money from a corpse. You should be ashamed of your fruitless life.
I'm with you 100% lost my Dad 14 months after back surgery

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#35 Oct 9, 2013
Cilla Mitchell wrote:
If anyone has lost a family member or has been maimed by the medical community, please contact the website medicalmalpracticeawareness.com This website is the start of a new organization trying to get people together and make our voices heard on a national level.
Thank you again for your time,
Cilla Mitchell
A Texas nurse and vet
i would like to speak to you [email protected]

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#36 Oct 13, 2013
Jackie wrote:
<quoted text>
I would dearly like to communicate with you, but I'm afraid to post my email or mailing address or telephone number on the internet. I wish there was some way I could talk with you since it appears we have much in common.
can you email me [email protected]

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#37 Oct 13, 2013
dlovesg wrote:
<quoted text>
i would like to speak to you [email protected]
sorry [email protected]
Kenneth J Conte

Keller, TX

#39 Oct 31, 2013
JACKIE wrote:
We are in the process of forming an advocacy group for the victims and survivors of medical malpractice. If you have lost a loved one or have suffered permanent injury due to medical negligence, we invite you to join our group. Email us at [email protected] We are not a legal organization, buit a group which has suffered the loss of a loved one or permanent disability as a result of medical recklessness or negligence.
Due to mal-practice by two cardiologist in Plano, Texas I almost dropped dead after leaving their office where I was given a stress test . They said everything was OK ? Three weeks later I had triple by-pass open heart surgery ? I cannot find an attorney in Texas that will take my case ? Most say there is " no financial incentive for them to do so " ? What is going on in this country ? Is the little man have a legal rights anymore ? Can someone have an attorney that has guts to take this case ?
Jackie

Castroville, TX

#40 Oct 31, 2013
Kenneth J Conte wrote:
<quoted text> Due to mal-practice by two cardiologist in Plano, Texas I almost dropped dead after leaving their office where I was given a stress test . They said everything was OK ? Three weeks later I had triple by-pass open heart surgery ? I cannot find an attorney in Texas that will take my case ? Most say there is " no financial incentive for them to do so " ? What is going on in this country ? Is the little man have a legal rights anymore ? Can someone have an attorney that has guts to take this case ?
I may be able to refer you to an attorney in your area who just may be able to help you. We need to talk. Please email me : [email protected]
Heartbroken

Tifton, GA

#41 Nov 20, 2013
I agree completely with your sentiments. I am sick over my sister's death. I want accountability and the doctor to take responsibility for his negligence.
JACKIE wrote:
<quoted text>
What a knuckle-dragger you are! Making money from a corpse? What a sick scumbag you are! You simpletons idolize doctors and refuse to believe that they could be incompetent. Doctors KILLED my son. I don't want money, I want ACCOUNTABILITY! If a doctor killed your family member due to recklessness, you would pat him on the back and say "Don't worry Doc, he/she was a piece of worthless shit. Good riddance." How dare you belittle my son's death; and I don't want sympathy, I want justice. YOU should be ashamed of your mean-spirited, and unbelievably cruel post.
pappy

Plano, TX

#42 Dec 6, 2013
Look in the back issues of the dallas Morning News--there is a story in there about a doctor and what allegedly happened to his patients. If the wait on an opinion from the TEXAS Medical board you may be waiting for ever. Just my opinion folks from reading the story
George Er

Shelter Island, NY

#43 Dec 9, 2013
Please let me know if you may know about similar initiative forum in New York.

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#44 Dec 12, 2013
Better Off Dead A Dead Man....The final 14 months of my Daddy’s life August 7, 2006 Scheduled for a Lumbar Laminectomy at L2 thru L5: On a hot August morning we arrived at Renaissance Hospital in Houston, Texas at 7:00 am. Daddy said goodbye. We never dreamed our world would be turned upside down in the next 8 hours. Surgery went great, so we were told. Surgery was prolonged causing volume depletion, with significant blood loss. Postoperatively he suffered with respiratory failure, altered mental status, and required reintubation. His blood pressure dropped, heart rate went up, requiring two pressors for support, he developed some renal insufficiency, Along with paraplegia, for Daddy that was the most devastating of all. Dr. Lipsen was called for a consultation. He ordered Heparin to treat what he thought was a massive pulmonary embolism causing the hypotension and shock. Unstable and intubated Daddy developed an infection, had over 39 blood transfusions. He lost over 60 pounds in less than a month. Every 4 hours his blood levels were checked because of the heparin. After reviewing his results for myself, seeing the lab was warning the hospital that the PTT levels very high time after time and they didn’t stop the heparin until 8/19. Daddy was suffering, he was in terrible pain, limiting his pain medication because of his blood pressure. He became depressed and basically feared for his life, with good reason. The physician’s orders and nurses’ notes state a MRI was done on 8/14 and Dr. Moorehead received the results, he stated Daddy developed a hematoma and there was no evidence of a blood clot, which was the reason for the Heparin, however he failed to notify Daddy or my mother at the time. Expert witness’ all agree the deviation from the standard of care was using heparin in a protocol in a patient immediately exposed to such a major spine surgery. The risk was great. Our family watched as Daddy bled from his wound, blood products were floating in his Foley bag, he had large collections of blood under his skin, his stomach swell like a pregnant women’s. He was even falsely diagnosed with cancer. It was sickening to watch. I was exhausted I couldn’t imagine how Daddy felt after all this was happening to him. The Daddy we grew up with died, we now learned to love a sick, fragile man, who we knew had a limited amount of time left with us. His wound was open, at one point you could see his spine rotting. The smell was horrifying. Watching helplessly as the man I loved for everything he was, slowly wasting away. After being in 4 hospitals, suffering many complications, finally he was released to go home the first week in December 2006.
My heart broke, again and again. I heard my father’s cries; I listened as he shared his fears, worries, and his overwhelming desire to end his life because of the emotional and physical pain he was suffering. Oct 11, 2006 John Puente’s wish came true. My biggest fear was now a reality. Not only was my Dad gone, his death was preventable; his life meant nothing to the doctors whose actions caused his slow agonizing death. It wasn't fair. When I arrived at my parents everyone was gathered on him weeping. I held his lifeless body in my arms, still warm to touch, weighing only 118 pounds. As the funeral director wheeled Daddy out I followed, Daddy laid there lifeless, covered with a thin white sheet. I knew he was dead but my heart refused to accept it, I asked that they uncover his face, he couldn’t breathe. For 14 months I watched my protector, a loving hard working man turn into a fragile, sick human being. On this day Oct 11, 2007 as I laid in the fetal position on his hospital bed I felt a profound loss of security and confidence in the world. I felt sick, I wanted to die, and dying was so much easier than feeling this pain. I not only wanted my Daddy back I wanted him to be well again. I felt so helpless. Why, why my Daddy. It’s been seven years and I still find myself searching for answers
mandy

Alice, TX

#45 Jan 2, 2014
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