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cwille posted:
ok now , i am wondering if anybody has been to the cleveland clinic in florida. Back in hospital again. starting 2012 the way 2011 ended. At first my doc and ins comp were talking about the national jewish heath, but that is in colorado, since i live in florida i guess the cleveland clinic is better , at least cheaper for me , i can drive and not fly there. Any help would be appreciated.

cwille
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Amelia_WebMD_Staff responded:
Wishing the best for you, cwille!

I haven't been to the clinic, but hope that you find somewhere that helps you soon. Have you tried googling "Cleveland Clinic, FL reviews"? This might help to give you some feedback from other patients.

Wish that I could help more, but will keep you in my thoughts and prayers!
Amelia
- Asthma doesn't seem to bother me anymore, unless I'm around cigars or dogs. The thing that would bother me most would be a dog smoking a cigar. - Steve Allen
 
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cwille replied to Amelia_WebMD_Staff's response:
thanks, i have done some research, and they seem to be one
of the tops, lots of good reviews, so we will see. Started on xolair so hopefully that helps to, thanks for the prayers.

cwille
 
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Amelia_WebMD_Staff replied to cwille's response:
Great, cwille!

Well, I'm sending more happy, healthy thoughts and prayers! Good luck with the Xolair as well.

Please, keep us posted on how things are going.

Take care!
Amelia
- Asthma doesn't seem to bother me anymore, unless I'm around cigars or dogs. The thing that would bother me most would be a dog smoking a cigar. - Steve Allen


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