The practice of medicine is an ongoing experiment. The tricky part is that no two patients are the same; thus, the variables in this experiment are endless. For us, this means that there is always at least a small risk. A treatment that works for 999 people may not work for the next person that walks in the door. And in many cases, no one—not even the doctor—can be blamed.
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