..... Dr. Kemeny is not known for her bedside manner, but she knows what she is doing.......
...Kemeny is tough. She's a scientist in a doctor's coat. But she fights like a tigress for her patients, and like mom_2_3, I'm very
grateful that she's on my side. And her ability as a scientist means that she can switch gears in a heartbeat if you need a regimen
tweaked so that you can get better results. I started with nine large tumors in my liver spread throughout the lobes.
Two years after diagnosis in 2004, Dr. K's treatments along with my local onc's treatments got me to liver resection.
I'd likely not have gotten there without her efforts......Gaelen
mpbser wrote: One even went so far as to say "...for everyone's sake, step aside and give someone else a chance to be treated by her. You now know first-hand, and without any doubt, that she doesn't like 'all these questions'.
mpbser wrote:...some super powerful supplements to his regime a few weeks ago. Very glad they work but now their efficacy is impeding on what were firm plans to get the pump.
Almost as importantly (to my husband), Dr. Kemeny showed her true colors to us last night. She was extraordinarily abrasive. I am a very clinical thinker and put my feelings aside when it comes to these matters,
mpbser wrote:And seriously, after being told by a number of people that she DOES appreciate questions -- she sure has had hour and even hour and half long time for particular patients and their questions -- now, a week before surgery and this rather irritating experience with Dr. K, to say the least, someone has the gall to say this shit?
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