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How to Solve an Impossible Problem

Tap into your hidden brain network that’s designed to solve the unsolvable

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MyMy patient, an 11-year-old boy, was complaining of arm pain. At first, I thought it was from doing too many pushups with poor form. But something wasn’t adding up, so I sent for blood work.




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Alison Escalante MD

Alison Escalante MD

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