It was an accidental cure, so should this doctor do it again?
I have one patient in each of my clinics with a long history of relentless abdominal pain, mild constipation, poor appetite and general malaise.
Neither one has any abnormality on any of the testing that I — or my colleagues at the clinic or in the nearest hospital — have done: An alphabet soup of blood tests, CT scans, ultrasounds, endoscopies, gastric emptying studies and I don’t know what.
Each one of these older gentlemen usually comes in looking pale and gaunt, saying “I just don’t feel good, Doc”.
Now, one of them seems to be cured,