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Seek a second opinion, and then perhaps a third

RE “MISTAKES that matter’’ (Metro, Aug. 2): I can empathize with the gentlemen who suffered life-changing medical misdiagnoses. I too was mistakenly diagnosed, in my case with cancer of the esophagus. I was well on my way to a “minimally invasive’’ removal of my esophagus when I decided to look on the Internet to pursue cures that were not so radical.
http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/editorial_opinion/letters/articles/2010/08/08/seek_a_second_opinion_and_then_perhaps_a_third/

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