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Twenty-Third Medical Opinion Finally Cures Patient’s Chronic, Debilitating, Undiagnosed Medical Condition

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CHICAGO, IL – After 7 years, 972 blood tests, 119 medications, 58 MRI scans, and 23 opinions, Carrie Smith is finally cured from her chronic, debilitating, but completely nonspecific, disease.

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“The pill that cures everything”

Dr. Marc Brilliant, her 23rd and final opinion, performed a detailed history and thorough exam, then prescribed Smith her long-awaited miracle pill.  “Here,” he told her, “Just take this one little pill and you will absolutely be better.”

Smith explains, “I knew the others were withholding treatment and/or were just idiots, and I would eventually find a doctor that could quickly cure me with one dose of medication!”  She happily reports “This doctor finally listened to me!  I know my body, and read the internet… I knew something was wrong!”

Dr. Brilliant is not at liberty to release the name of the medication, but told the GomerBlog team it rhymes with “stracebo.”  He gave it to her in exchange for her promise not to refer any of her blog friends to his office.

  • Dr. Amy G. Dala

    Dr. Amy G. Dala spends her days trying to save the children from The Google, Jenny McCarthy, and unnecessary head CTs. She works because the alternative—being a stay-at-home mother to her several young tyrants—is much scarier. Follow her @AmyGDalaMD.

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