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After 20 Years of Debilitating Lyme Symptoms, Woman Makes a Miraculous Recovery

After 20 years of miscellaneous, debilitating symptoms and countless ignorant doctors, Nicole Lavin decided to take an active role in her healing journey and saved her life.
How It All Started…

My name is Nicola Lavin and my story starts 22 years ago in the Summer of 2000. I was almost finished my degree as a medical scientist and before settling into a long term career. I wanted one more summer of fun so I left Ireland to join the hundreds of other J1 students in Montauk New York. Let me just say… Montauk is heaven! Sandy beaches and long summer days and hundreds of students working together and living the dream.

download (2)I got a job at the infamous Guerney’s Inn. I could walk to work every morning through the grass and watch chipmunks play right beside me. I didn’t even think about ticks just waiting to find their prey. In this case, it was the white freckly legs of an Irish girl walking happily through the long grass. I also didn’t even realize that I had been bitten. I had an area in my armpit that became red and swollen but I never developed the diagnostic bulls-eye rash.

I flew home really sick. Like having the worst flu and hangover of your life all at once. I immediately went to my doctor at home who told me to give it a few weeks and come back if I still wasn’t better. I didn’t get better and the daily nausea became so bad that it prompted my doctor so do a pregnancy test and you guessed it….I was pregnant! All of my symptoms were put down to that and never having been pregnant before I didn’t know that it really wasn’t supposed to be that bad. By the end of the pregnancy, I was rushed to hospital in complete heart failure. My heart stopped and I died and had to be revived. 

I was never the same after that. Even though the doctors were happy that they had reversed my heart failure through medication, they still couldn’t account for the extreme fatigue and large myriad of symptoms that I was now experiencing.

My Many Symptoms

download (3)Over the years, I developed many autoimmune conditions, my heart rate was consistently low (about 35bpm), POTS, severe pins and needles, joint pain, muscle fatigue, brain fog and memory loss. I also developed painful oesophageal spasms, difficulty swallowing and then began having strange neurological symptoms like paralysis episodes where I could hear my son and husband crying with worry but I couldn’t move a muscle to let them know I was ok. When I eventually would come around, my speech would be slurred like someone who had just suffered a stroke.

The Countless Doctors

And still the doctors passed me off from one to the other. Instead of them looking at my symptoms as a whole, I was referred to a rheumatologist for my joint pain, a dermatologist for my burning skin, a gastroenterologist for my oesophageal spasms, a cardiologist for POTS, an immunologist who told me that he didn’t do fatigue and several neurologists for my nerve pain and memory issues.

And still the doctors passed me off from one to the other. Instead of them looking at my symptoms as a whole, I was referred to a rheumatologist for my joint pain, a dermatologist for my burning skin, a gastroenterologist for my oesophageal spasms, a cardiologist for POTS, an immunologist who told me that he didn’t do fatigue and several neurologists for my nerve pain and memory issues. Despite me telling them initially about the bite I thought I had gotten, I was never tested for Lyme disease. And I was 17 years sick like this, going from doctor to doctor for answers and still trying desperately to live a normal life. My blood tests at this stage always showed inflammation in my body and that I was now producing autoantibodies.

Finally Finding Answers

download (6)Taking care of me became my husband’s full-time career: having to wash, spoon feed me and even brush my teeth. I decided that was enough and began researching myself. The medical scientist in me had also thought of Lyme so I paid myself to have my bloods testing in a private lab in Germany. My Lyme PCR came back positive for Borellia burgdorferi DNA and an American strain of the bacteria. Finally I had answers but as anyone with a Lyme diagnosis knows that is just when the uphill battle begins as so many doctors still refused to accept that chronic Lyme disease actually exists.

I did find a good neurologist who took me under his wing, and after a year and a half off a strong cocktail of antibiotics the scientist in me felt that the Lyme had to be well and truly dead. But I still felt awful! The more I thought about it the more I realized that it was my immune system causing the issues. Think of it this way. Your house is on fire but you manage to put the fire out after a lot of damage is done. You wouldn’t go back living in this house until that damage was repaired. So I knew that was what I had to do, repair my damaged immune system. I needed to clean out all of the junk in my damaged cells and get them communicating again. I needed to fix my nerve cells so that my brain could make my organs function properly again. So I decided to go back to Germany where they seemed to know a lot more about treating Lyme to have stem cell therapy.

After 18 long years, I was finally given a second chance at life.

download (5)On October 4th 2018 my stem cells were removed from my fat cells on my hips in a procedure that is very similar to liposuction. I was dreading this part, but it didn’t hurt in the slightest. A short time later my husband was given the privilege of injecting my stem cells through my IV. To say that we were emotional is an understatement. After 18 long years, I was finally given a second chance at life.

The Healing Process

I’m not going to lie, the healing process was tough. There were days when I never thought I would come out the other side. Neurological healing takes up to two years, but I was extremely lucky in that this treatment worked for me. My quality of life began to improve dramatically to the point where I could work and travel (my biggest passion in life). Being bed-bound was like solitary confinement–so as soon as I was well enough, I began traveling and documenting my journeys.

I enjoyed it so much that I started a travel blog and now get to travel the world with my husband. Any symptoms I have now are mild and the most important thing is that I now have a good quality of life. I am back doing what I love most…..exploring the world! Traveling the world with chronic illness isn’t easy but it is possible and my advice to anyone dealing with Lyme disease at the moment is that even though it might not feel like you will ever get your life back never give up! It took me over 18 years and it’s an experience that has changed my life forever but it has made me so appreciative of the little everyday moments in life.

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22 Year Old Chronic Lyme Patient Commits Suicide

A 22-year-old died by suicide after years-long struggle with chronic Lyme disease, her father says in a heart-wrenching LinkedIn post

Amélie Champagne.
Courtesy of Alain Champagne
  • Amélie Champagne, 22, died by suicide this month after a battle with Lyme disease, her father said.
  • Lyme disease can infiltrate the joints, heart, and nervous system if left untreated.
  • Her father shared the news on LinkedIn.

Amélie Champagne, 22, struggled to find an explanation for her physical pain for years before she was finally diagnosed with Lyme disease in June 2021.

By then, the tick-borne bacteria had already taken a severe toll on her brain. On a Sunday this September — more than a year after her diagnosis — Champagne died by suicide.

Her father Alain, outgoing president of the Canadian drugstore chain Jean Coutu Group, recently shared the news in a poignant LinkedIn post. (See link for article)



  • Like so many, it took years before this woman got diagnosed with Lyme disease.
  • And like so many, this complex disease(s) “hijacked her.”
  • If you or someone you know is experiencing depression or has had thoughts of harming themself or taking their own life, get help. In the US, call or text 988 to reach the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, which provides 24/7, free, confidential support for people in distress, as well as best practices for professionals and resources to aid in prevention and crisis situations. Help is also available through the Crisis Text Line — just text “HOME” to 741741.
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Unrecognized Lyme Disease Leads to 16 Joint Surgeries

Unrecognized Lyme disease leads to 16 joint surgeries

Sept. 19, 2022

By Meghan Holohan

When Meghan Bradshaw began fainting and experiencing joint pain, she visited many doctors. At first, they suspected that she might have a vitamin D deficiency or that she was anemic.

By her early 20s, her symptoms became “debilitating” and she passionately searched for answers. After years of being misdiagnosed, she learned she has Lyme disease, which caused arthritis, leading to 16 joint surgeries before the age of 30.

Meghan Bradshaw has had the joints in her lower extremities completely replaced. A late diagnosis of Lyme arthritis plus a connective tissue disorder likely contributed to the severity of her joint deterioration and the need for so many joint replacements before turning 30. (Courtesy Meghan Bradshaw)

“While it’s extreme, my story really highlights a lot of the things that other people experience, like delayed diagnosis and misdiagnosis and having a general unawareness of the dangers of ticks,” the 29-year-old told TODAY.



Important quote:

When Lyme disease goes untreated, the chance of developing arthritis increases. Lyme arthritis often starts in the knee, Gaston said.

About 60% will end up with some arthritis,” Gaston said.


I am currently dealing with this now.

While I am not a doctor, it is my experience and opinion that the quicker you deal with this inflammation/pain the better.  Allowing this process to fester could lead to irreversible damage.  The root, of course, is inflammation which must be addressed and dealt with.

Things that have helped tremendously:
  • MSM & DMSO
  • Proteolytic/Systemic enzymes
  • LDN
  • CBD
  • Niacinamide/vitamin C protocol
  • Curcumin
  • Diet can have a huge impact.  Gluten was my problem, but never appeared to be a problem before.  Removing it has made all the difference. I’m not celiac.  Some also struggle with dairy or the nightshade plants as well as alcohol and sugar.  Do an elimination diet to determine if getting rid of these things can help you.
  • Staying hydrated with water
  • Various laser therapies
  • Heat therapies
  • Massage therapy
  • Chiropractic care
  • If you are willing to spend $50, you may want to read a brief testimonial from someone who used  “The Arthritis Strategy” by Shelly Manning.  While I have not used it myself, it appears to be sound advice – although as always “buyer beware.”  It’s always wise to run things by your LLMD to make sure.  What’s nice about this is it’s about a month long strategy that will educate you fairly quickly on the things you can tangibly do yourself that could make a world of difference.  Sometimes it’s overwhelming to attack all these issues on your own.  With this strategy, you will have someone who has been there, giving you advice that worked for them.

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Curcumin for Pain

Curcumin Helps Patient Recovery

Curcumin, the pigment that lends turmeric its yellow-orange color, has been recognized for millennia as a healing spice.

curcumin helps patient recovery


  • Studies show curcumin’s ability to repair and regenerate damage caused by strokes, enhancing verbal, visual and memory abilities and improving patients’ attention spans and other brain functions
  • Studies show that people who eat lots of curcumin-containing foods show fewer incidences of Alzheimer’s disease and sharper cognitive function and suggest meaningful cognitive benefits over time
  • Researchers have found several powerful health effects from curcumin, the active compound in the spice turmeric, particularly in relation to treating and preventing several common disorders
  • Eating foods and spices such as turmeric, which have high amounts of antioxidant compounds, may increase cognitive and mitochondrial function and mood, while decreasing depression caused by brain inflammation
  • Because the curcumin in turmeric is poorly absorbed through your gastrointestinal tract, it’s more effective to use a high-quality bioavailable curcumin extract

For those who appreciate the unique spiciness of turmeric, it’s serendipitous to learn there are several layers of extraordinary health benefits included with the active ingredient known as curcumin. One of the latest was revealed in a study in which scientists tested the powerful compound for its effects on heart failure patients.

Heart failure, experienced by over 6 million people in the U.S., weakens your heart and affects its ability to pump sufficient oxygen. Patients no longer have the ability to participate in activities and exercise like they once did, which could be described as life altering.

Heart failure is also described as chronic, progressive and incurable, although a change in lifestyle, such as eating a balanced, healthy diet and performing regular exercise can decrease feelings of fatigue and enhance their mood enough to help people resume their lives to a large degree.

Research published in the Journal of Applied Physiology reports that curcumin may help patients with chronic heart failure by increasing skeletal muscle strength, endurance and exercise capacity. Although mice were the subjects used in the trial, the scientists are hopeful their research can eventually be translated to human patients in a clinical setting.

Turmeric is in the same botanical family as ginger, another powerful spice with proven, health-beneficial compounds. With that in mind, corresponding study author Dr. Lie Gao, assistant professor of cellular and integrative physiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC), notes:

“This study showed an important proof of principle. Some foods and spices, such as broccoli and turmeric, contain a rich supply of antioxidant compounds. Consumption of these foods or spices may improve skeletal muscle health. For patients with stable heart failure that have limited ability to exercise, compounds like these may be beneficial.”

Interestingly, previous studies proposed that targeting skeletal muscle with antioxidants may be advantageous for heart failure patients, but Gao states that it’s not possible to use curcumin on humans because of the high amounts it would take.

Gao then suggests that “other antioxidants” such as dimethyl fumarate, a drug currently popular for treating multiple sclerosis, could be used for its health-improving benefits. That said, curcumin is one of hundreds of plant-based nutriments, from carrots to tobacco, to be unapologetically sourced and manufactured into pharmaceuticals.

Curcumin: Gingery, Earthy, Healing

Curcumin, taken from the underground rhizome of the plant, is the pigment that gives curry its bright yellow hue, explaining why turmeric is an ingredient used to complement and color stir-fries and sautéed root vegetables, rice, scrambled eggs and braised greens such as kale and collards.

In just the past few years, queries about the spice touted to have a “cult following” have increased exponentially, according to The Guardian. It’s showing up in foods like smoothies and the trendy turmeric latte known as golden milk, a potent blend of organic turmeric powder and coconut milk and/or virgin coconut oil.

Optional flavor additions include vanilla, raw honey or stevia, a stick of ginger and/or cinnamon, and sometimes a healthy dash of black or white pepper. The addition of ghee is used to soothe a sore throat.

In fact, the use of black pepper in golden milk is supported by a study in which the “curcuminoid-piperine combination” addressed the symptoms of metabolic syndrome in 117 study subjects who exhibited both oxidative stress and inflammation. According to the randomized, controlled trial and updated meta-analysis,7 oxidative and inflammatory status showed significant improvement, even with short-term curcumin supplementation.

Tellingly, turmeric is called the “spice of life” in India. Golden milk is becoming increasingly popular not just as a pleasant, warming drink for cool autumn evenings, but as a sleep aid for people who struggle with insomnia. Further, curcumin has been identified as a substance that’s safe, effective and natural.

A plethora of studies point to the anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin (Curcuma longa) and reveal more than 160 separate physiological and cell-signaling pathways, positively influencing arthritic conditions, cancer, obesity, inflammatory bowel disease, and, more recently, metabolic syndrome and dementia.

Studies Reveal Curcumin’s Powerful Potential for Your Brain

In another study from mid-2018, scientists at Texas A&M endeavored to relieve patients suffering from Gulf War illness (GWI), characterized by “substantially declined neurogenesis, chronic low-grade inflammation, increased oxidative stress and mitochondrial dysfunction in the hippocampus.” In the animal study, GWI rats treated with curcumin (CUR) maintained better memory and mood function. In addition:

“Enhanced neurogenesis, restrained inflammation and oxidative stress with normalized mitochondrial respiration may underlie better memory and mood function mediated by CUR treatment.”

The scientists wrote that their use of curcumin was due to its long-recognized ability to positively influence several aspects of brain health. The rats in the study were exposed to low doses of DEET, or N-diethyl-m-toluamide, a common insect repellant, and other chemicals related to GWI, such as pyridostigmine bromide and permethrin. They were also subjected to restraint for five minutes daily for a period of 28 days.

Even more recently, another study shows that chronic neuropathic pain and the cognitive impairment that accompanies it can be addressed with the antinociceptive (reduced sensitivity to painful stimuli) and neuroprotective application of curcumin, demonstrated using rats in a lab setting subjected to cobra venom.

Interestingly, the rats exhibited improvements in spatial learning and memory deficits, as well as increased exploratory activities due to the ability of curcumin to reverse the damage done to hippocampal neurons and synapses. Scientists concluded that curcumin can “alleviate pain, improve spatial learning and memory deficits, and treat chronic neuropathic pain-induced cognitive deficits.”

Mood and Memory Enhancement via Curcumin

The inflammatory and antioxidant properties of curcumin to improve memory and mood were again confirmed when UCLA published results of a double-blind, placebo-controlled 18-month trial in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychology, in which 90 milligrams (mg) of a bioavailable form of curcumin, taken twice a day, “led to significant memory and attention benefits” in people with mild memory loss.

Curcumin has been suggested as the explanation for why senior citizens in India, whose regular diets include generous amounts of curcumin-containing foods, show both a lower incidence of Alzheimer’s disease and sharper cognitive function. Further, the study “results suggest that taking this relatively safe form of curcumin could provide meaningful cognitive benefits over the years.”

Gary Small, director of the University’s Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and the study’s first author, notes that while the mechanisms behind curcumin’s brain benefits aren’t yet known definitively, they might be due to its inhibitory effect on brain inflammation, which has been associated with both major depression and Alzheimer’s disease.

Forty people, including healthy people without dementia as well as those with the characteristic “microscopic plaques and tangles” of Alzheimer’s, ranging in age from 51 to 84 years, participated in the study. Scientists took standardized cognitive assessments at the beginning of the study as well as at six-month intervals, and participants’ curcumin levels were checked in their blood after 18 months. Further:

“Thirty of the volunteers underwent positron emission tomography, or PET scans, to determine the levels of amyloid and tau in their brains at the start of the study and after 18 months. The people who took curcumin experienced significant improvements in their memory and attention abilities, while the subjects who received placebo did not …

In memory tests, the people taking curcumin improved by 28 percent over the 18 months. Those taking curcumin also had mild improvements in mood, and their brain PET scans showed significantly less amyloid and tau signals in the amygdala and hypothalamus than those who took placebos.”

The participants’ amygdala and hypothalamus — regions of the brain known to control several memory and emotional functions, which were positively influenced by the curcumin — were defined as critical areas of the brain.

Curcumin Is Used to Alleviate Stroke Damage

Still another study, this one presented at an American Heart Association International Stroke Conference, uncovered curcumin’s ability to repair damage caused by strokes, which have been called “brain attacks” caused when a blood clot blocks an artery or blood vessel, effectively cutting off blood flow and triggering brain cell death and sometimes brain damage and even death.

Stroke symptoms include an inability for individuals to walk due to a loss of balance, a sudden, severe headache, difficulty seeing, weakness, often on one side only, and sudden confusion. It’s crucial to know that the longer your brain goes without oxygen, the greater your risk of lasting damage.

A drug used on stroke victims, referred to as “clot-busting,” the current and most common intervention, is a synthetic contrast to the curcumin-hybrid known as CNB-001, which repairs damage sustained at the molecular level by the lack of oxygen.

Besides crossing the blood-brain barrier, CNB-001 works by influencing the mechanism responsible for the regeneration of brain cells and offers future stroke victims new hope for more complete recovery.

This is a specific example of a time when a drug can both save your life and prevent the very frequent and devastating outcomes of a stroke. Incidentally, medical intervention is crucial to help prevent such damage from stroke, but must be obtained within 60 minutes.

Curcumin to Help Prevent Cancer

Curcumin has been identified as one of the most powerful chemopreventive and anticancer agents, and recognized for its wide spectrum of pharmacological properties and inhibitory effects on metabolic enzymes, according to PubChem, which notes its wound healing and antimicrobial effects, and states:

“Curcumin blocks the formation of reactive-oxygen species, possesses anti-inflammatory properties as a result of inhibition of cyclooxygenases (COX) and other enzymes involved in inflammation; and disrupts cell signal transduction by various mechanisms including inhibition of protein kinase C.

These effects may play a role in the agent’s observed antineoplastic properties, which include inhibition of tumor cell proliferation and suppression of chemically induced carcinogenesis and tumor growth in animal models of cancer.”

The same study shows curcumin as able to suppress cancer proliferation and apoptosis (programmed cell death), thereby acting as a chemopreventive agent in skin, colon and stomach cancers. Other studies using animal models list breast, bladder, brain, esophageal, kidney, liver, lung, pancreas and prostate cancers, and more.

Significantly, the active elements in curcumin attack cancer while leaving healthy cells untouched. For the purpose of disease intervention, while turmeric is available in powdered form, it contains very little of the active compounds in curcumin, or only about a 3 percent curcumin concentration.

Because it’s not easily absorbed through your gastrointestinal tract, it’s more effective to use a high-quality bioavailable curcumin extract, according to a 2013 study. A typical anticancer dose is just under 1 teaspoon of curcumin extract three or four times daily.

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I recently added this form of curcumin to my regimen for arthritis pain.  I was pain free after one pill which is hard to even believe to me.  (I do not receive any payment from this or any supplement company)

I also use many other things for inflammation/pain as well.  I’ve found that all of these things have some benefit.

Best Presentation on Myocarditis

Lyme/MSIDS can affect the heart.  See:

Now, there is a further complication muddying the waters for those who get the COVID mRNA injections.  On top of Lyme/MSIDS causing heart issues, the COVID shots are also being linked to heart issues:  Video Here (Approx. 45 Min)

Myocarditis in the setting of SARS CoV-2 Infections and Covid-19 Vaccinations in Children

Kirk Milhoan, MD, PhD, FACC, FAAP Medical Director for Heart and Souls speaking about Covid-19 vaccines in children. Are they safe? What are we to believe?


1 in 100 teens developed heart inflammation after 2x of Pfizer according to a new study. An additional 4 of the 300 participants developed subclinical myocarditis. This is FAR greater than the 1/3000 or 1/10000 or 1/50000 they initially claimed (and continued to reduce). ~ Kim Iversen

Vaccine myocarditis update from Thailand

By Anish Koka MD (Cardiology)

It has long ago been established that the messenger RNA vaccines cause myocarditis, the controversial question now relates to what the actual rate of myocarditis is. The CDC chart below notes a peak myocarditis rate (all boxes shaded in orange are myocarditis rates that are higher than what is expected in the population) in 16-17 year old boy of 75.9 / million (or 1/13,157 ) after dose 2 of the mrna COVID vaccine.
Unfortunately, because of the heavy reliance in the United States on passive reporting, which entails clinicians/ patients voluntarily reporting myocarditis cases, this number is likely an undercount.
 I can assure you, and the mostly ER doctor contingent on twitter that brays about “mild myocarditis”, that there are no cardiologists who want to see their child have a cardiac troponin that is 2x normal or 40x normal after administration of some therapeutic.

It is absolutely head-spinning to see that the public conversation now is geared to dismiss cardiac injury in young healthy children as “mild”.

The US has done an unbelievably poor job of defining that risk to the population since myocarditis was first reported as an adverse event related to the vaccines in April of 2021. The Thai study helps fill in some of the data void so parents and their doctors can be better informed when discussing the risks and benefits of the vaccines.
Please see the preprint that enrolled 13-18 year olds in a comprehensive study that sought to assess myocardial injury by routinely checking an electrocardiogram, cardiac troponins, and an echocardiogram ( a cardiac ultrasound) at baseline and after a second dose of the Pfizer vaccine.

The most common cardiovascular effects were:

  • tachycardia (7.64%)
  • shortness of breath (6.64%)
  • palpitation (4.32%)
  • chest pain (4.32%)
  • hypertension (3.99%)
  • Seven participants (2.33%) exhibited at least one elevated cardiac biomarker or positive lab assessments
  • Cardiovascular effects were found in 29.24% of patients, ranging from tachycardia, palpitation, and myopericarditis
  • Myopericarditis was confirmed in one patient after vaccination
  • Two patients had suspected pericarditis and four patients had suspected subclinical myocarditis

Conclusion: Cardiovascular effects in adolescents after BNT162b2 mRNA COVID-19 vaccination included tachycardia, palpitation, and myocarditis. The clinical presentation of myopericarditis after vaccination was usually mild, with all cases fully recovering within 14 days. Hence, adolescents receiving mRNA vaccines should be monitored for side effects. Clinical Trial Registration: NCT05288231

The Moderna vaccine has been shown to have myocarditis rates 3-4x Pfizer.

“Hundreds of thousands of Americans have been killed by this ‘vaccine’, and millions have been injured.”

“This is the most dangerous ‘vaccine’ ever created.”

Ron Johnson is the only person in Congress who cares at all  about the millions pf people who were ‘vaccine’ injured. ~ Steve Kirsch

A British Heart Foundation Ad also attempts to normalize heart problems in children:


NY Presbyterian Hospital Ad Normalizes Myocarditis in Children


Sept. 6, 2022

Youtube apparently censored this video.  To see it go here:

New York-Presbyterian Hospital, which operates more than 200 locations throughout Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Westchester and Putnam Counties, as well as 10 hospital campuses, created a video called “Pediatric Patient Story – Suri (30s version)” that was published on September 6.

Myocarditis, a rare issue before Operation Warp Speed, has greatly increased according to a peer-reviewed Nordic study which looked at 23 million residents.

According to VAERS, upwards of 90 percent of all myocarditis cases end up requiring hospitalization.

http:// Approx. 2 Min

Sept. 14, 2022

Buettner was a nurse for 13 years in the cardiovascular care unit where she took care of children with myocarditis after the COVID shots. She states that these reactions were not being reported to VAERS. She states it was an unspoken thing that they were not allowed to talk openly about it in the unit.

“I am the face of your misinformation, Nathan. I am the one who lost my career in pediatric, cardiovascular ICU care.” ~ Nurse Tawny Buettner

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