Don't Let A Doctor Destory Your Baby's Hearing

Do you think that this is a sensational title?  It is posted this morning on CNN.com/Health.  I'm really curious to hear what you think because the story is about our family.  Will this encourage patient advocacy or will it harm doctor/patient relationships?

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Comment by Haleh Rabizadeh Resnick on March 10, 2011 at 2:27pm
Thanks Shaina, I totally appreciate what you you say. I hope my book (Little Patient Big Doctor) helps moms advocate.  If you can in any way help me get the word out there (between being a diva, your daughter and God) , I'd totally appreciate it.  I'm just a mom trying my best to make a difference.  (Hey, maybe that needs to be all of our mottos)
Comment by Shaina N on March 10, 2011 at 1:48pm

I think it'll encourage patient advocacy. Very good article. I'm glad you went with your gut! I wish more parents would follow their gut, and watch their children than just mindlessly going with what a doctor says. I think it would solve a lot of problems! The doctors only see your child for 10-20 minutes. YOU see your child all day every day. YOU have to be your child's advocate... which you did beautifully!

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