Donald Trump
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2018-03-11 19:46:41 UTC
You avoiding this says you approve of children fucking.

"Bod" <***@yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:***@mid.individual.net...

: bod also...will defend.

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2018-03-12 11:31:43 UTC
The mother's lawyer, David Thomas, said: "The catastrophic chain of events
which led to Malec's near death and horrendous injuries were completely
avoidable if the hospital trust had followed its own sepsis protocol."

Perhaps it is time to ban doctors.


UK Mom has arm, fingers, both legs cut off after doctors failed to spot
deadly disease

A mother of two reportedly is suing an English hospital after doctors didn't
realize she was suffering from a life-threatening condition, resulting in
multiple limb amputations which she now is calling "a fight for life."

Magdalena Malec, 31, had both of her legs amputated after contracting
sepsis - "the body's extreme response to an infection" - at the Luton and
Dunstable University Hospital in Luton, the South West News Service (SWNS)

She also had her right arm and the fingers on her left hand removed
following the situation, which hospital officials reportedly have said
been avoided.

Malec, according to the news service, was told she suffered a miscarriage
just weeks after learning she was pregnant with her third child in December
After being sent home from the emergency room with painkillers for her heavy
bleeding and stomach cramps, Malec reportedly returned to Luton and
Dunstable later that month, where she discovered she had an ectopic
pregnancy - in which a fertilized egg attaches itself to a cavity outside
the uterus - and underwent emergency surgery.

Malec, according to reports, also had to have a kidney transplant.

During recovery, Malec developed ischemia of her limbs - a lack of blood
supply to certain parts of the body, according to SWNS. Her limbs reportedly
then developed gangrene and her body tissue died, which Malec said occurred
after hospital staff didn't recognize the warning signs of her sepsis.

Six months later, she had surgery to remove her limbs and returned to the
hospital three times a week for dialysis.

"Nothing will restore what I had. I will never paint my nails again, I will
never make a ponytail for my daughter," Malec told The Telegraph. "I do not
trust doctors and I am very skeptical about all medical appointments and

Malec, mother to a nine and seven-year-old, said she now has to relearn how
to live her life.
"I am learning how to live with pain. Going out and coping with the way
people look at me is very difficult, and so is self-acceptance," Malec said.

The mother's lawyer, David Thomas, said: "The catastrophic chain of events
which led to Malec's near death and horrendous injuries were completely
avoidable if the hospital trust had followed its own sepsis protocol."

"There were a number of missed opportunities or 'red flags' which were not
acted upon until it was too late," Thomas said. "If diagnosed early enough,
sepsis is easily treated with antibiotics but despite recent awareness
campaigns, mistakes such as this are still happening. It's tragic.''

The National Health Service (NHS) reportedly has apologized for missing the
warning signs, and acknowledged that Malec's amputations could've been
"There were missed opportunities to recognize the progressive clinical
deterioration of Malec and act accordingly, including the timely
administration of antibiotics," the hospital said, according to SWNS. "We
convey our sincere apologies to Malec and we recognize the care provided
fell below the standards we strive for."

Malec since has received in the meantime an "interim payment" - it's unclear
from whom - ahead of her lawsuit.

"Bod" <***@yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:***@mid.individual.net...
: On 11/03/2018 21:18, trader_4 wrote:
: > On Sunday, March 11, 2018 at 2:20:32 PM UTC-4, Bod wrote:
: >> You probably didn't see him skiing down the mountains of South Korea or
: >> jumping in a bobsleigh, but Donald Trump was the best thing about the
: >> Winter Olympics. That's according to Donald Trump, anyway.
: >>
: >> Despite not winning any medals or even being in Pyeongchang for the
: >> Games, the US president has taken credit for the success of the
: >>
: >>
: >>
: >>
: >> --
: >> Bod
: >
: > Here are 64 bizarre things Trump said last night, many of them are not
: > decipherable:
: >
: >
: >
: >
: >
: >
: > 5. "President Moon of South Korea said without Donald Trump, the
Olympics would have been a total failure. That's true. True."
: > Ok, follow this logic: Trump is tough on Kim Jong Un and North Korea ?
Kim backs down off his nuclear threats ? Olympics succeed. Done and done!
: > 6. "It's a little hard to sell tickets when you think you are going to
be nuked."
: >
: >
: > 11. "Arnold Schwarzenegger failed when he did the show and he was a
movie star. Martha Stewart failed."
: >
: > 13. "So here they are, they are outside, these wonderful
representatives, very high level from South Korea, are saying all of these
things, de-nuke, and all of the things that they can't believe, because it's
like five years ahead of schedule."
: >
: > 16. "Did you see the other day, 96% of what they do, all I do is good
stuff, the economy is the best it's ever been."
: > I read this "sentence" five times. I have absolutely no idea what he is
saying. Like, none.
: > 17. "Your coal -- by the way, folks, some of you are in the coal world,
your coal is coming back big, big, big."
: >
: > 18. "But your steel is coming back. It's all coming back ..."
: > 19. "... And six months prior to the election in 2020, every one of
those guys, we really endorse Donald Trump, we think he has to."
: >
: >
: > 20. "I was watching, during the campaign, and Hillary was sitting right
there, and Pocahontas was up, she was so angry, you know, I think she's
losing the audience."
: >
: > 21. "I would love to beat Oprah. I know her weakness."
: >
: > 24. "By the way, if we coasted for two-and-a-half years, we did a hell
of a job."
: >
: > 26. "And Maxine Waters, a very low IQ individual."
: >
: > 28. "And Conor Lamb, Lamb the sham."
: > (Lamb is the Democrat running against Saccone in the 18th district
special election.)
: >
: > 29. "I hear he's better looking. I think I'm better looking than him. I
do. I do."
: >
: > 2. "[Democrats] are getting killed now by the DACA recipients. They are
getting killed."
: >
: > 34. "You say 'European Union.' Sounds innocent. It's not so innocent."
: >
: > 9. "We have done more than any first term administration in the history
of our country."
: >
: > 40. "But you like me? I think so, right? I like you, too. I love you."
: >
: > 41. "It sounds like a Penn State game. It sounds like an Ohio State
football game."
: >
: >
: >
: > 44. "I've got all the big builders, the best ones in the world. I know
the best builders. We want to use the good builders, not the bad ones."
: >
: >
: > 5. "They all want to be on councils. They call them blue ribbon councils
where we take Melania -- great, great first lady. She's great."
: >
: > 49. "We can't just keep setting up blue ribbon committees with your wife
and your wife and your husband, and they meet and they have a meal and they
: >
: > 54. "I'm not saying this as braggadocious."
: >
: > 5. "And, you know, I went to the Wharton School of Finance. That's a
great school. The best business school, I think."
: >
: >
: > (Reminding us again how great he is because he won the election)
: >
: > 59. "Remember they said 270, you cannot -- remember the famous 270? He
cannot win the election because he cannot get above 270."
: > See #51.
: > 60. "The red board is all red. It is like red. Man, that board was red."
: > The reddest.
: > 61. "One of the greatest nights in the history of television in terms of
people watching."
: >
: >
: > 63. "I went to school. I went to Wharton. I went to school here."
: >
: > (Telling us a second time he went to Wharton, but heh, all those stories
: > about him repeating himself are not true)
: >
: >
: > Wow. How anyone can look at that and not see that something is
: > wrong here, IDK.
: >
: Most of those comments are pure gibberish. Trump is definitely not
: right in the head, IMO.
: --
: Bod