I may be clear off the wall here with having side effects of a new med and it's like my brain won't stop. Anyway, seems like a constant battle trying to get the attention of the public, government and doc's of the seriousness of the chronic pain and poor treatment issue in our world, so I was thinking......What if we ALL, or at least many of us, were to write to Dr. Phil on the same day and see if he would make the chronic pain delima a topic on his show? He always does wonderful research to his topics and has professionals with their opinions on as well. I have noticed when he does a show on a topic that has been brushed under the rug like our situations, there is usually some sort of positive response. What if we were to choose a date and several of us bombard him with our stories and request to be heard as a group? He is great for bringing up serious subjects that tend to be ignored. How many of you think this might work and would be willing to write if we set a date to fill his e-mail box? I'm not suggesting we all be guests, but I am sure a few of us would like the chance!
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