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Postby razzle » Wed Jun 24, 2015 2:57 pm


know a lot of people have been wondering about Dr Oro retiring. I am unsure if anyone else has gotten a letter, but I did. He won't be doing any surgeries past September 30th. He will be retiring to go out and spread education and he's also working on a new book. Just thought some may want to know. I'm personally devastated. He's the ONLY doctor who has tried to help me.
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Re: DR oRO

Postby reedy » Sun Jul 19, 2015 2:20 pm

I had an appointment with Dr Oro when I was first diagnosed. Probably because you recommended him! He was fantastic - very, very thoughtful, gave me great explanations and set out the situation very clearly. Its a pity he is retiring. But I expect he is making a decision that is good all the way around. He's a smart person.
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