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Sandie Jones

California
Blogger, Mom's Chronic Ride
#ChronicIllness Warrior/Roller Coaster Rider. #AccidentalAdvocate & Amateur #Blogger for Awareness of #InvisibleIllness & #ChronicPain. #Spoonie @Tweet_JoJo 🌟

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@MomsChronicRide — 663 followers, 1,067 tweets

RT @drdrew: We are going “Live” Thurs, Oct 17th with 2 Pain Specialists, @DanLairdMD and @VanilaSingh MD. @DrDrew comes clean a… https://t.co/sniykk6dza
@andrewkolodny @TODAYshow Talk to those that actually take these meds w/o incident. There’re people suffering because of a misapplied report—how about doing the right thing by hearing BOTH SIDES before writing articles? The author also mentioned Fentanyl—which means it was probably street product—sadly.
@DanLairdMD @yahoolifestyle 2) I demanded no more games & was dx’d almost immediately w/SLE & CAEBV—then finally got the test I begged for years—MS; it was confirmed. The things I went through, NO ONE should endure. And—the original doctors made me lose all SSDI. I was denied w/prejudice because of them.
@DanLairdMD @yahoolifestyle I would love to call out comments made by “professionals” when I was trying to find out what was wrong with me. I just wanted my life back—without doctors! Unfortunately, it took over ten years JUST to be treated like a human. After firing the entire medical group & hospital 1)
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