Audio de mi ponencia “Privacidad en el Gobierno Abierto. Cuestiones pendientes” en Congreso OGOV Derechotics-AVAPOL

Puede descargarse el audio de mi ponencia: “Privacidad en el Gobierno Abierto. Cuestiones pendientes” en el “I Congreso Internacional sobre Open Government: teoría y realidad del Gobierno Abierto” organizado por la Universitat de València, la Asociación Valenciana de Politólogos AVAPOL y la Red Derechotics, celebrado en Valencia los días 21 y 22 de noviembre de 2013.

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Samir el diciembre 23rd, 2015 a las 11:16 pm #

he could not see anything and traeted me like it was all in my head. The second time exactly a year later I went hoping they could find it and I received a diagnoses of fibromyalgia, and felt better mentally at least think everything was figured out. Just 3 months later I was on my death bed with severe flu symptoms and pain, I thought I was going to die. Went to my regular family physician who suspected an autoimmune disease and sent me to a rheumatologist and was ultimately diagnosed with Sero-Negative Rheumatoid Arthritis just 45 minutes after my x rays were taken. He was smart enough to actually x-ray my joints instead of just looking on the outside and saying oh I don’t see anything wrong. You would think after all of the training and it being (Mayo Clinic) they would dig a litttle deeper to try to find the problem. I know there are great doctors at Mayo, but a couple of the Rheumatologists I had were not at all worth driving all the way from Amarillo Texas to Scottsdale Arizona, but I did because I was desperate for answers. My bloodwork showed nothing, but it was all over my x rays. I have it in every joint in my body including my jaw, I have my hometown Rheumatolotist to thank for that, I should have went to him in the first place but was told by other doctors that I would be better off going to a place like Mayo. I stayed in Arizona a full week to see other doctors including a phsycologist so they could see if I had some kind of mental disorder. That is what made me so angry. Only we know our body and when someone that high ranking like one of the doctors at Mayo tells you it may be depression or some other B.S. don’t listen to them. In fact go to one of your home town doctors, I guarantee there are some great ones out there. I promise you that!!!

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