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Why I'm Protesting For My Natural-Birth Friendly OB

Commented Jun 11, 2010 at 13:45:56 in Healthy Living

“Lady, do you sit and wait for these responses to pop up so you can work on your typing skills? Do you dream of Dr Biter at night, or think about him when you lay your child down to rest? Malpractice malpractice malpractice lawsuit lawsuit..... who cares!!! why dont you google Dr 90210 to see what lawsuits he has, well but then again you're probably already on it. Maybe you should try to be a co-host for that show The Doctors. You know it's on channel 10, or do you watch TV? Just trying to get your mind off Dr Biter. Go take a nap, get some lunch, let your mind breath. I almost feel sorry for you”

AmyTuteurMD on Jun 11, 2010 at 16:11:40

“"who cares!!!"

Who cares? I realize that Dr. Biter's "fans" don't care about the truth, but other people do.”
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Why I'm Protesting For My Natural-Birth Friendly OB

Commented Jun 11, 2010 at 12:14:41 in Healthy Living

“Does it occur to you or anyone else, that dr biter's decision in resiging was for the Best Interest of his patient's??? Why would anyone want to support that hospital after the decision that was so carelessly made, so abruptly. You and the "so called" Daustin person need to either get jobs or actually use your time doing something that matters. It's amazing the time and energy you two have put into researching and commenting about Dr Biter. What are you getting out of it? Your opinions have not changed anyones minds with the people who believe in him. You two- men or women really need to get a handle on your lives and get over Dr Biter. Why dont you research a cure for cancer or how about trying to stop the oil leak? Why dont you join the military and use your energy where it really matters. Or how about "starting your OWN practice", do it together and make it what you want then maybe someday you might be just as sucessful as the man we call "Dr Wonderful"!”

AmyTuteurMD on Jun 11, 2010 at 12:31:42

“"Does it occur to you or anyone else, that dr biter's decision in resigning was for the Best Interest of his patient's?"

No, as a matter of fact, it doesn't. I can't possibly see how leaving his patients to deliver without him, with an unknown provider, at a hospital that they did not choose could possibly benefit his patients.

"someday you might be just as sucessful as the man we call "Dr Wonderful"! "

I don't consider resigning one's privileges, almost certainly as part of a deal to avoid further investigation, as a sign of success. I don't consider having 6 malpractice suits filed in 5 years as a sign of success.”