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When patients get help from the unexpected

Sometimes we get help from unexpected sources.  Two of my patients showed me this, during their recent hospitalizations. The first is a woman I’ll call Hazel.  I’ve taken care of her for twenty years, and she’s probably had emphysema for ten of those, but had not yet ever been hospitalized for it.  She has continued […]
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