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Re: Psychiatrist Article - Infections bleauberry

Posted by SLS on May 8, 2018, at 19:24:51

In reply to Re: Psychiatrist Article - Infections SLS, posted by bleauberry on May 8, 2018, at 7:55:41

> > I trust my doctor,

> A good relationship is a good start.

It is nice to hear this coming from an authority figure.

> > If I had Lyme, I think he would know it by now.

> How exactly? I've never heard of the ability to rule-in or rule-out Lyme disease on a hunch.

1. Who said it was on a hunch? You presume far too much. (I would just remind you that you posted my doctor's article to begin this thread).

2. How would your LLMDs rule-in or rule-out Lyme Disease?

> > The guy is brilliant.

> Then he should be getting better results.

(There's that pesky "should" word).

What are his results? Do you have his statistics? Presumed omniscience is not very attractive.

Even the most brilliant of oncologists can't cure every case of cancer. I guess it depends on how results are measured. Many brilliant researchers in oncology haven't cured a single case.

> Being brilliant means absolutely nothing without the results that are supposed to go with it.

I am not a big fan of the terms "should" or "supposed to". An example would be, "You really should learn how you are supposed to write." I sometimes use the word "should", but only when I'm supposed to.

> You can't be brilliant and yet not produce brilliance.

Brilliance is in the eye of the beholder.

> just an opinion though


- Scott

Some see things as they are and ask why.
I dream of things that never were and ask why not.

- George Bernard Shaw




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