I was one of Dr. David Adams’ pioneer (his words) patients for removal of my pancreas with transplantation of insulin cells to my liver Jan. 25, 2010. I believe he saved my life.
The hospital stay was long and painful but not without the compassion and very good care from the nurses and the nursing assistants. They made my stay more bearable. When it came time to take out the tube from my throat, the nurse spoke very quietly and gently. It made me think of angels talking to me. It was not a horrible experience that I was expecting. Just can’t find enough words to describe the heartwarming care I received there. I also looked forward to seeing Dr. Adams come to my room.