Dr Cohen, thank you for all that you did for my wife, Ada Cheatham. She very much respected you, and I wish we had lived closer and could have had you treat Ada regularly. It is unfortunate she passed away, but after Dr. Chamberlain told Ada she would no longer treat nor monitor her, and wanted to pass her off to a unknown team of doctors/nurses (i.e. Hospice), she became distraught. In her mind, Dr Chamberlain broken that sacred doctor/patient bond. Being Asian, Ada only understood it as her doctor firing her, and even asked why not just give her a suicide pill. She knew she didn't have long to live, but took comfort in trying to fight the disease rather than letting go. Again, I want to thank you very much in helping her in her fight. Charlie
By: Charlie C.