Weekly Wilson - Blog of Author Connie C. Wilson

"There is a tide in the affairs of men, which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; omitted, all the voyage of their life is bound in shallows and in miseries." (Julius Caesar; Act 4, Scene 3).

Response to Bayer Article

From: Julia Bodeeb White (click to view CP page) Sent: 2008-03-01 07:44:37 Subject: Message from Julia Bodeeb White Message from Julia Bodeeb White I thank you for your article about Bayer. After my Mom’s open heart surgery she suddenly had kidney problems too and had dialysis. She died 4 months after the heart surgery. It was supposed to make her stronger and give her better quality of life. I was so in shock at the time and her rapid decline did not make any sense. Plus she died within months of my grandmother, so it was beyond horrible.
Now that I read your article about Bayer I have to wonder if she got that drug at surgery. I have mailed the article to her doctor to ask. I have also emailed your article to a LOT of friends to tell them to boycott Bayer.I know this email will be hard to read but your article perhaps explains something that never made sense to me…. and is excellent reporting



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