A Lesson from Mom: Don’t Be a ‘Good’ Patient
October 22, 2010
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Elizabeth Cohen tells the story of how her mom's outcome ended up well after she ignored her internist's advice to 'just slow down,' and sought a second opinion.
She also offers advice on how to take care of your own health to make sure that you and your health practitioner are seeing along the same lines: Ask a lot of questions, don't worry whether your doctor likes you, and remember you're paying your physician for a service.
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