Sally M. Pacholok, RN, BSN

ER nurse for 32 years, passionate about educating the public/doctors/health care providers about the consequences of misdiagnosed B12 deficiency, and author of Could It Be B12?

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For the past 32 years, Sally Pacholok has been a dedicated and passionate nurse specializing in Emergency nursing. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Wayne State University, further solidifying her expertise within the field.

Before delving into the realm of nursing, she was honored with magna cum laude recognition for her Associate’s Degree in Applied Science.

Moreover, as a registered Advanced Emergency Medical Technician, she worked concurrently both before and during nursing school to gain experience.

Spanning over four decades, she has dedicated her life to providing quality care for thousands of patients.

In the healthcare field, she holds certifications as a Trauma Nursing Core Course provider, Advanced Cardiac Life Support provider, and Emergency Nurse Pediatric Course provider, and is an esteemed member of the Emergency Nurses Association.

In 1985, Pacholok diagnosed herself with vitamin B12 deficiency after her physicians had been unable to recognize the condition. This experience has driven her single-mindedly toward educating people about this often overlooked and dangerous disease.

In 2010, Pacholok wrote the book ‘Could It Be B12?’ to give a platform for her advocacy of vitamin B12 deficiency.

Since then, she has continued to spread awareness of its symptoms and treatments through television appearances, radio interviews, newspaper articles, and international webinars.

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