Docs on Call: Vascular Diseases

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Story Updated: Dec 13, 2012

Dr. Larson discusses Vascular Diseases.

For more on this topic, please visit the Guthrie Cardiovascular Center Docs on Call page.

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L T SAWABINI PHARMACIST said on Sunday, Jun 8 at 9:38 AM

I VISTED ERIN DUFF AND WHEN THE STUFF GOT DEEP IN HANDLING DIABETS . HYPOTHYROIDSIM AND NONE OF THE BIG NAME DOCTORS SEND HER REPORTS SHE DIMISSED, I RETURN TO THE CLINIC ANDTHE NURSE CAROLE VIOLATED MY HIA RIGHT EXPOSING MY DISSMISSAL TO OTHER PATIENTS THEY THOUGHT I WAS SOME KIND OF CRIMINAL,,, SHE WAS JEALOUS FROM OTHER WHY I WAS INJECTED B 12 VITAMIN, OF COURSE NO NEED TO INCREASE HERLIMITED KNOWLEDGE OF PHRMACEUTICAL , I METOTHER NUSES IN J C AND THEY TOLD DO NOT MIND SHE IS NEW WITH 1 YEARS EXPEREINCE , SO I GO NOW TO TOP DOCS

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