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Doctor repeatedly delay medical treatment for my son. He has sleep apnea;was on the medical floor. He had to leave the medical floor but now wants back but the doctor will not grant it quickly.

Doctor delays my son going back to the medical floor so he can use his sleep apnea machine; he could die without it. This doctor delays my son any strong pain medicine for his back. He sits in pain all day and night. I would not call person a doctor. Can you do anything to have an investigation on the poor treatment at the county jail. Someone should do an article about this doctor and care at the jail

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