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Medical Error Interviews

For years I was struck by how many of my counselling clients had experienced medical error.


But it was not until I personally experienced medical error and harm that I learned of its ubiquitousness: medical error is the 3rd leading cause of death.


I also learned how most medical associations and governments work hard to keep medical error statistics hidden, and to deny victims and survivors justice.


These are their stories.

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Ep #1 - Jeff Wood: Medical error becomes medical abuse

Ep #2 - Gregory Hartley Brewer: Whistleblower vs Goliath - Lyme denied, health care denied

Ep #3 - Donna Penner: Patients nightmare: Awake during surgery

Ep #4 - Kelly Anne Branco: The Gift of Cancer

Ep #5 - Brian Hughes: Psychology in Crisis

Ep #6 - Lisa Alioto: Misdiagnosis, Myths & Medical Errors

Medical Error Interviews - Podcast Episodes

Ep #1: Research from his Death Bed: How Jeff Wood saved his own life.

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Jeff Wood's story is both unique and common. 

The unique part is how he researched his own symptoms to get a proper diagnosis from his death bed.


What is common is the years of disbelief by doctors, and the abuse he endured when at his most vulnerable.

More of Jeff's story

Ep #2: Gregory Hartley Brewer: Whistleblower: Denied, Delayed, Denigrated in the UK.

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Gregory was repeatedly for years told he didn't have Lyme disease in spite of his symptoms.

For years he suffered with symptoms as he was denied Lyme treatment.


Eventually he did get a Lyme diagnosis, but his health care would take an ominous to turn toward lies, cover ups and criminal behaviour.



more of Gregory's story

Ep #3: Donna Penner: Every surgery patients nightmare: Awake during surgery.

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Donna Penner was having routine surgery but something went horribly wrong and  through the failure of her anesthesiologist - Donna was awake during her abdominal surgery, but also paralyzed so she couldn’t tell the surgical team. 


Donna could feel every excruciating scalpel cut, and the surgeon moving her internal organs around.  

more of Donna's story

Ep #4: Kelly Anne Branco: The Gift of Cancer

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"The Gift of Cancer" - these are the words of Kelly Anne Branco - and in this interview she shares how the medical error and cancer diagnosis have lead her on a journey to take those tragedies and make a greater meaning personally and through patient advocacy. 


The medical error impacts every aspect of Kelly Anne’s life, but she has adopted an attitude that forgiveness is a gift you give yourself.

More of Kelly Anne

Ep #5: Brian Hughes: Psychology in Crisis

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Psychologist and author Brian Hughes talks about his book "Psychology in Crisis" and the weak psychological science in his field.


We chat about the infamous PACE Trial in the UK as a prime example of how bad psychological science can lead to a globally embedded medical error causing harm and trauma to people living with the biological illness Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME).

more of Brian's interview

Ep #6: Lisa Alioto: Misinformation, Myths & Medical Errors

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Lisa Alioto is a U.S. lawyer who trained hard and climbed to the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro.


Unwittingly to Lisa, conquering that incredible physical challenge would mentally prepare her for even bigger physical - and medical error - challenges.

more of Lisa's interview

Ep #7 - Felicia Mahmoud: White Coat Terror Victim

Conrad: Brain Injury from Antidepressant

Paul Smith: How a somatization 'diagnosis' almost killed him

Ep #7: Felicia Mahmoud: White Coat Terror Victim

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Felicia thought she was getting minor surgery on her ankle.


Without her consent, and while she was unconscious, the doctor cut out chunks of her calves and implanted mesh in her legs.

more of Felicia's interview

Ep #8: Conrad's Story: Adverse Drug Reaction and Doctor Denial

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Prescription drugs are ubiquitous.


What big Pharma doesn't want you to know is that some people get injured by them. 


Sometimes permanently.

More of Conrad's interview

Ep #9: Paul Smith: How somatization 'diagnosis' almost killed him

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Physicians frequently dismiss patients' report of physical symptoms as psychological.


For Paul, this so-called diagnosis meant years of suffering as physicians ignored his symptoms, failed to run tests, and failed to provide treatment.


And it almost killed him.

more of Paul's interview

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