As many of you noticed, there has been an issue with the comments that began last night. Here’s what happened. The Powers That Be decided to migrate the blog to a new server last night, and there were problems relinking Disqus to the new installation of WordPress. I am assured that the problem has been fixed, but also told that it could take 12 hours for all the old comments to redirect to our new location. So be patient, and the blog should be back to normal by tomorrow morning. There should be benefits to the new server as well, such as faster loading, less downtime, and the like. We’re sorry about the inconvenience today, but as one of our crew noted, for some reason migrations never seem to go as smoothly as we would like.

In any event, if after tomorrow there are still problems, let us know.

Posted by David Gorski

Dr. Gorski’s full information can be found here, along with information for patients.

David H. Gorski, MD, PhD, FACS is a surgical oncologist at the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute specializing in breast cancer surgery, where he also serves as the American College of Surgeons Committee on Cancer Liaison Physician as well as an Associate Professor of Surgery and member of the faculty of the Graduate Program in Cancer Biology at Wayne State University. If you are a potential patient and found this page through a Google search, please check out Dr. Gorski’s biographical information, disclaimers regarding his writings, and notice to patients here.