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April 20, 2009

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Josephine Cicchini

Dear fellow-advocate, my name is Josephine and I am the founder of www.LeapforPatientSafety.org. Please visit our website to learn more about us and our efforts. We are organizing our friendly "Annual Patient Safety Walk" which will be held on Saturday, May 9, 2009 in Rockville Centre, New York starting at 11:00 a.m. and ending at 2:00 p.m. The walk is free and we would be so delighted if you would walk with us. This year's honoree is Esmin Green. Ms. Green was left dead for 2 hours on the floor of the emergency room at Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn after waiting 24 hours of not being attended to in a timely-fashion in June 2008. We will meet at the Rockville Centre Long Island Railroad Station and we will start walking to Mercy Hospital in Rockville Centre. Mercy Hospital is the hospital where an unidentified young woman died after surgery to remove both breasts - all because of a horrendous blunder by Mercy Hospital in Rockville Centre, New York. She didn't even have cancer. Her lab results were mixed up with someone else's. The unidentified woman's left-breast biopsy tissue had been "interchanged" with another patient's at the Rockville Centre, Long Island hospital (Mercy Medical). Please help us organize a group of individuals who might have interest to walk with us. Many thanks for your attention.

Most kindest regards,
Josephine (646-244-5509)
jccicchi@yahoo.com

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