Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record

It is not my way to share personal things. It is not so much that I am shy, or have anything to hide, I don’t (and certainly not now, everything is out there). I am just not one for small talk. And I will not use three words where one will do. I am much more likely toContinue reading “Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record”

Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record

Chapter 3: The “media” hates a vacuum. It spells chaos and disaster for their industry-think dead air. They have to “feed that beast”- that twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week of air time. And they have to “feed” it whether they have content or not. Network news runs 30 minutes Monday through Friday,Continue reading “Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record”

Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record

Had Harvey Levin gotten his information from a conversation with me, he would have known the facts published in the coroner’s report. He would have known that there was no “mystery condition”. He would have known that a few months prior to her consultation with me, that my patient, as documented by the coroner, had been evaluatedContinue reading “Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record”

Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record

Dear Ms. Ethel: Thank you for your input, and question:”Funny I have only one question, where was Dr. West’s son in all of this?” Unfortunately, to answer this appropriately, I would have to relay parts of some of the conversations I had with Donda West, and it’s neither appropriate nor professional for me to doContinue reading “Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record”

Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the record

 Chapter 2. I had suggested to the Sheriff’s Officer and the family of Ms. West that night at the hospital that an autopsy would be in the family’s best interest. We had to find out what exactly had happened to Donda. That is what people, who have done no wrong and have nothing to hide, do.Continue reading “Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the record”

Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record

 As a courtesy, I sent a copy of the letter addressed to the Coroner to the lawyers of “the estate of Donda West and the surviving family members” informing them of the inaccuracies in the coroner’s report as offered by Stephan Scoggins figure 3.  The coroner’s office, as had been my experience, was diligent inContinue reading “Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record”

Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record

Further along in the coroner’s report, Stephan Scoggins reported that “the decedent (Donda West) was left with caregivers, Diana and Nubia, who had been referred by Dr. Adams.” The operative words here are “caregivers” and “referred by Dr. Adams”. That could not be further from the truth; it was a lie: first of all, neither of theseContinue reading “Dr Jan’s Blog Novel-Correcting the Record”

Dr Jan’s Blog Novel- Untitled:Correcting the Record

   Dear Glodean White: Thank you for your comment. You are right: a mother’s wisdom and I hear you clearly. Hate is too strong a word, and it is not accurate. As a doctor, I always want to encourage people and give them information they can use. Both pathology and radiology are integral to thatContinue reading “Dr Jan’s Blog Novel- Untitled:Correcting the Record”

Dr.Jan’s Blog Novel- Untitled:Correcting the Record

It was cold, bone-chilling cold, and wet, and…dark… eerily dark. Eerily so because it was only 3:45 in the afternoon. Ice, that had formed on the bare lifeless branches of the trees, dripped black moisture onto the mirror-like streets below. The street lights, prematurely on, only added to the scene as they cast long, imposingContinue reading “Dr.Jan’s Blog Novel- Untitled:Correcting the Record”

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