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I am doing fine. They called me about doing a follow up.
Since you are here I can tell you if you are interested what has transpired.
I contacted my licensing board and they said I would not have any issues with patient abandonment. They were quite shocked at the way the company was doing.
I also contacted the Board of Directors President but she probably won't accomplish much. They are still scheduling patients for next week and telling patients I'll be there.
I am going to call them tonight I think and tell them myself that I won't.
Thanks for answering my questions over the weekend, it did lessen my anxiety over the situation. You have a great evening.
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