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Doctors had told this woman she’d just have to live with her searing pain.
A friend implored her to find out why her breathing was so noisy. Luckily, she did.
A new approach rejects the traditional “deny and defend” model for handling serious errors.
Tests by specialists ruled out exotic infections and allergies.
Adrift on a sea of possible causes, she took charge of her health and found the answer.
There are ways to avoid being trapped by a condition that doctors can’t understand.
After his vision ‘fell off a cliff,’ he got very worried.
The people who sell medical devices may be looking on, ready to answer questions.
‘I’m a guy, it didn’t faze me’ quickly turned into ‘This is scary.’