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Amy Mason-Cooley blasts Dr. Kyle Beasley, on Facebook, accusing him of stopping all of her IV meds, within 24 hours of her being admitted to the hospital, placing her on home meds, smirking to his colleagues, when she described her pain, and telling her that he would be in charge of her care, regardless of who she spoke to, after she asked to talk to a superior [PHOTO]

Amy Mason-Cooley is a Sickle Cell disease fighter, but the fight got a little tough, last month. Unable to walk, her husband found her, and rushed her to USA Health University Hospital, in Mobile, Alabama, where she encountered Dr. Kyle Beasley. her doctor, who took her off all of her IV meds, within 24 hours of her being admitted, putting her back on home meds, despite her precarious situation, and once she explained her pain levels, she accused Dr. Beasley of smirking at his colleagues. When she asked to speak to his superiors, he scoffed and told her that

Amy Mason-Cooley is a Sickle Cell disease fighter, but the fight got a little tough, last month. Unable to walk, her husband found her, and rushed her to USA Health University Hospital, in Mobile, Alabama, where she encountered Dr. Kyle Beasley. her doctor, who took her off all of her IV meds, within 24 hours of her being admitted, putting her back on home meds, despite her precarious situation, and once she explained her pain levels, she accused Dr. Beasley of smirking at his colleagues. When she asked to speak to his superiors, he scoffed and told her thatBy Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

It is shameful the stories people have about being mistreated, while in the care of medical professionals. These people, when they earn their degrees, take an oath. The oath is to do no harm and they are also obligated to not discriminate.

Amy Mason-Cooley is a Sickle Cell disease patient, and she found herself unable to walk. When her husband discovered her, he rushed her to USA Health University Hospital. Here, Amy encountered Dr. Kyle Beasley, who she said was difficult from the start, replacing her IV within 24 hours, for home meds, before she had a chance to heal.

When she explained to Dr. Beasley the pain she was in, Amy Mason-Cooley said that he smirked, causing her to ask if something was funny. Later, she asked to speak to his superiors, which he told her they were all busy, would not get back immediately, and he would be in charge of her care, regardless. Once she spoke to his higher-ups, they apologized for her experience, and got her a new doctor, who put her on the mend, and Cooley has now decided to air Dr. Beasley out.

Read Amy Mason-Cooley’s Facebook status below:

Amy Mason-Cooley is a Sickle Cell disease fighter, but the fight got a little tough, last month. Unable to walk, her husband found her, and rushed her to USA Health University Hospital, in Mobile, Alabama, where she encountered Dr. Kyle Beasley. her doctor, who took her off all of her IV meds, within 24 hours of her being admitted, putting her back on home meds, despite her precarious situation, and once she explained her pain levels, she accused Dr. Beasley of smirking at his colleagues. When she asked to speak to his superiors, he scoffed and told her that

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  1. A lot of Drs.are disbelieving of women’s physical complaints period. It’s like they have a class in medical school that infers that all women run to the Dr all the time for nothing, don’t know their own bodies, don’t really have the pain or discomfort they see the Dr for. I am 69 years old, and I have had plenty of experience with this. So many women I know have had these experiences, and even when it became clear that there was a real condition or problem, there was no apology or acknowledgement by that Dr of their poor,and biased treatment. So many lives lost or compromised from late or no treatment at all. There is too much gender bias in the medical community. Not surprising all those same Drs. have racial bias in addition to gender bias. Women, get a second opinion, ask for another Dr.like Amy Mason-Cooley did, and do not let these arrogant men keep you from seeking good medical treatment. Thank you Bossyy for a timely article!

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