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When Odd Chances May End
This blog is a continuation of my 15th August 15 2011 blog, Physician’s Susceptibility
04 Sep 2012 / 5 minute read
What happens if you get extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis twice?
02 May 2012 / 6 minute read
I started my consultation with my 3rd physician on May 2004. She was already 70 years old and was the older cousin of my second physician.
15 Aug 2011 / 3 minute read
Patient Meets Sputum Test
After spending a great amount of money to complete three cycles of treatment with my first private doctor for 18 long months, my auntie referred me to another doctor in hope that this new doctor co
25 Jul 2011 / 4 minute read
One of the dangers that I faced even before I was "officially" diagnosed as DR-TB patient was the regular incidents of hemoptysis.
03 Jul 2011 / 4 minute read
The First Three Cycles
03 Jul 2011 / 3 minute read
The Strain that Stained
It was November 2001, I was 19 years old and was at my last semester in college when I was diagnosed of tuberculosis. I most likely acquired the disease from my father who was diabetic as well.
01 Jul 2011 / 2 minute read