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A Saudi prince arrives for a surgical procedure, while Dr. Manning returns from maternity leave and treats a teen with a long history of medical issues.

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Will Halstead
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April Sexton
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Natalie Manning
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Ethan Choi
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Daniel Charles
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Maggie Lockwood
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Dr. David Downey
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Joey Thomas
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A Saudi prince arrives for a surgical procedure, while Dr. Manning returns from maternity leave and treats a teen with a long history of medical issues.

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Dr. Connor Rhodes: You look a little lost.
Sarah Reese: I'm not sure what's going on with my patient. Her labs are inconsistent with how she presents.
Dr. Connor Rhodes: Whenever I get confused, I always go back to the history and the physical. It's the best place to find answers.
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Please get facts correct on mitochondrial disease
5 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

Please research rare or misunderstood diseases before airing an episode about them. Mitochondrial disease is a devastating illness, and four members of my family suffer daily from mito. My six year old is fed by feeding tube into her small intestine via feeding pump 21 hours per day.

Mito is a life-shortening illness and has no cure and no drug treatment and no known prognosis. Do a show explaining how horrible it is to live with mito, and focus on how horrible it is ON THE FAMILY when ignorant doctors brush off a child or adult who suffers daily, simply because the doctor has not learned the facts, and is not aware of the huge array of confusing symptoms that present with mitochondrial disease.

Please run an episode of an ignorant Doctor becoming humbled as she realizes she added to the suffering of a patient, and a patient's family, by not taking mitochondrial disease seriously. Please, and thank you.


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