I've always had a long held belief that most of the medical profession don't really have a clue about what they are doing, although, when it comes to making money, they're on top of that shit. Now a new study finds that nearly 9 in 10 people who go for a second opinion after seeing a doctor are likely to leave with a refined or new diagnosis from what they were first told." Mayo Clinic's General Internal Medicine Division over a two-year period, ultimately found that when consulting a second opinion, the physician only confirmed the original diagnosis 12 percent of the time. Among those with updated diagnoses, 66% received a refined or redefined diagnosis, while 21% were diagnosed with something completely different than what their first physician concluded. Mind you, they're not as bad as scum sucking criminal dentists, most of which only work a four day week, 'cos that's all they need to.
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