The doctor casually said in passing after giving me my diagnosis. Then, she quickly left the room after our 8-minute consult.
Not very supportive on an emotional level after getting a serious diagnosis I have to say... Initially, I went to see the doctor getting a biomarker panel done with the intention to check on my health.
The blood panel was passed on to me from a colleague who had learned blood chemistry analysis from a functional medicine doc in the US by the name of Dr. Datis Kharrazian, a Harvard Medical School trained and award-winning clinical research scientist from the US.
I did not expect that I would leave the doctor's office with the diagnosis of an "incurable" autoimmune disease "one can not do anything for", according to the doctor.
Seriously, how would you feel going through this?