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A lesson learned after seeing a tick-borne illness

It was late afternoon. The woman who had seen my colleague, Dr. Wilford Brown, a few days earlier was sitting in my exam room. Her chart note read like a typical unnameable virus: headache, body aches, fatigue, low grade fever. She had always seemed like a level-headed resolute woman, but she had called three days […]
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