I haven't done the e-consult, but did pose a couple of questions to Dr Lamm by E Mail, which he kindly responded to.
My urologist (by his own account) has worked with Lamm before, and they had a difference of opinion about reactions to BCG.s.
In your case, my advice would be to go for it. I don't really think that you can expect insurance to pay for a consult like this, but it wouldn't hurt to ask. If it were me and I had $300.00 to spare & with so much at stake, I would do it.
I'm working on intuition, but I feel a confidence in him. Maybe just because he took the time to answer my questions for free.
Sorry I couldn't be more help.
Age - 55
T1 G3 - Tumor free 2 yrs 3 months
Dx January 2006
I have never done an e-consult and I have never known anyone who has.. do you have insurance? I think it is important for a face to face with the docotr for a second opinion especailly when dealing with cancer.
Has anyone done the Dr. Lamm e-consult? I'm considering doing that as my second opinion and am wondering about other folks experience. For $300 it sure seems like it would be a pretty good deal. With a signed release, he reviews all your records and tests.