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“The words of the patient are the most sensitive diagnostic tool I’ve yet come across”

Danielle Ofri Danielle Ofri writes in her blog about the declining opportunities for doctors to conduct physical exams (largely due to the computer that takes the doctor's attention away from the patient during consultations) in the New York Times Health Update (at nytdirect@nytimes.com on 07/15/14).  Ofri notes how once the machines are out of the way, and

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Thanks to the Team

Coming out of these procedures is like swimming to the surface of the drugs/pain and then gaspng for air when I break through. Thanks to all for your love, prayers and chicken soup! Our family had two medical procedures this week, my elder daughter's on Monday and mine on Tuesday. Fortunately, Sara, the younger

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