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An ER doctor says he's sick of seeing monkeypox patients misdiagnosed, only to end up in the hospital in excruciating pain

An ER doctor says he’s sick of seeing monkeypox patients misdiagnosed, only to end up in the hospital in excruciating pain

Dr. Graham Walker, an emergency physician, treats monkeypox patients in San Francisco.Courtesy of Graham Walker Experts in San Francisco, Miami, and the UK say many monkeypox cases are being “missed.” Some patients are receiving false negative monkeypox tests, while others are being misdiagnosed. Fear, stigma, miscommunication and misunderstanding all contribute. More than 7,100 monkeypox patients …

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Things go from bad to worse after doctor notices man “riddled” with monkeypox on crowded subway

A Spanish doctor says he was riding the metro in Madrid when he noticed a troubling scene — a fellow passenger was “completely riddled” with monkeypox lesions, “from head to toe, including his hands.” What happened next was equally troubling. Dr. Arturo M Henriques posted the story in a series of tweets, which were translated …

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Doctor reversed heart disease. Now he looks at Alzheimer's

Doctor reversed heart disease. Now he looks at Alzheimer’s

CNN  —  In 1990, internal medicine specialist Dr. Dean Ornish did what no other doctor had been able to do: He published results of a randomized clinical trial that used advanced imagery scans to show coronary artery disease could be reversed with nothing more than diet, exercise, stress reduction and social support. “I think our …

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