In less than two centuries, medical science has accomplished miracles--vaccines, anesthesia, antibiotics and now even heart and face transplants. It has saved millions.
In narrowing a difficult diagnosis while choosing medications and advising the patient, an accurate family history can offer valuable insights. However, getting one isn't always simple.
For most physicians, difficult conversations come with the territory.
After the initial shock of hearing a serious diagnosis and absorbing what the prognosis could mean, the next question patients often ask is why. Why me? Why now?
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