Do No Harm: Jess’ Story
This video takes you through 17-year old Jess’ story of death by medical error.
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Tanya, you and your family are amazing. The fight you continue in Jess’
memory is powerful and inspiring. Justice needs to be done to prevent this
from happening to another beautiful young life, and there is no better
person to be leading that charge than you! Sending you, Phil and your
family love <3 -Jill
A tragic story about the daughter of a dear friend. It is 11 and a half
minutes that could help to change the thinking of the medical world! Please
♥ TRB ♥
I don’t believe he meant to mock you, I think he is confused at how your
daughter narrated her circumstance. I’m sorry for your loss, and I
understand how you can be frustrated. I hope you feel better soon.
I am sorry for your loss. This brought a tear to my eye. I agree our system
needs changes. God bless.
I’m soo sorry about the loss of your beautiful young daughter. I will
remember her in my prayers like I remember all of the others. Too many to
count. The sad thing is, that until medical errors and negligence touch
your life, most people do and say nothing. They believe that it is someone
elses misfortune. Roughly, 13,000 are killed each month in the U.S.. No
data to back it up because they don’t let you see those numbers-just think
about it and then WAKE UP!
I think what Tanya did with this is amazing. My name is Jessica and i too
have LQTS, i was also miss diagnosed when i fainted at age 11. Luckily, my
pediatrician got ahold of my ECG and did not over look the long QT. Its
moms like mine and Tanya (along with there strong, couragous family) that
make awareness possible. RIP Jessica- im sooo sorry that you lost your
life to this disease…your family is saving so many for you right now <3
Wake up, all medical care is designed to treat symptoms and extort your
money. Emergency care for trauma injuries is the only part of medicine that
helps you more than harms you. [I’m married to a doctor (she still
maintains the medical field is legit)]
God bless, Tanya. Am sorry for your loss and frustration with the hospitals
and the awful comments here on youtube. Be strong.
Doctors are usually selected from the part of the population who are really
good at memorizing a lot of information in a short period of time. Except
in some gifted humans, the brain always has to make a tradeoff between
creativity and memorization. The school system only favors those who are
good at memorization, not the ones who learn at a slower pace but can
manipulate more information on their brain once is memorized. The word has
to come out, and someone needs to do something about it.
a very sad story! i am so sad!
omg so sad