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You don’t know what it’s like toWake up every day and live with a rare, spinal cord injury called Cauda Equina Syndrome. I have no real medical help in my county, because I am blacklisted by anyone on the 911 system, so I found out when I broke my femur/hip and pelvis. After surgery, I awoke to a hospital trying to put me away as insane, because of my rare condition. I’m not insane, but this county was for trying to get away with this. My first husband died from medical negligence, I did not know that in 2020 we’re living in the “Nelly Bly”days. One day I’m going to need medical treatment for a flare up, and I’m not going to get it. This is wrong, in today’s time. Especially when JFK had the same surgery as I, in the same hospital & county. Would they call him crazy too? PBC, Florida.