That what seems to go for the majority does not go for all?
Like the risks with smoking... most get cancer, but not all do. Chemo can kill leukemia but it doesn't work for all people with leukemia. There are always exceptions. ALWAYS.
It seems people think that everything in medicine is 100% and doctors should know exactly what is wrong and exactly how to treat it everytime. People vary so much, as do illnesses and injuries. Shit happens. Regular treatment may not work for you. Another approach may be needed. Doctors are not psychic, they just know "what works for most."
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