Fads Are For Fashion, Not Healthcare

Vanessa Garcia has written this quest blog. While I’m not a doctor, it doesn’t take one to start noticing trends in medical diagnoses, especially when you are as immersed in the healthcare world as I have been, now that I have a child who has special needs. Every so often it seems like more and…

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A Mother’s Journey With Hemophilia, Autism and Sickle Cell Anemia

Last night on my radio show, The Empowered Patient, my guest was Towanna Lowe-Harris, mother of three.  Her oldest son has hemophilia and autism.  Her youngest son has sickle cell anemia.  Her story is one of courage and love. Hemophilia is most commonly, a genetically inherited male blood clotting disorder.  In her son’s case, it…

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