Thinking outside the box is not a risk-free endeavor.
Here are some examples:
1. Most medical practitioners would be unlikely to endorse that heavy metals test and perhaps even argue against it. Most patients would probably rebel at the idea of paying $300, for what?
2. My doctor indicated that his malpractice insurance went up 250% after he provided information to the insurance company about his practice and methods. Some of you will see that as evidence for avoiding him.
3. The doctor described a situation with a patient who was extremely health conscious. So much so that he wanted his children to have the heavy metals test. Later, one of the children ate something at a party that caused a case of hives. Alarming, but not life threatening, the father took his daughter to the hospital emergency room. The doctor there wanted to prescribe steroids. The health conscious father did not want his daughter treated with steroids and left. Shortly thereafter, someone from a government agency designed to prevent child abuse showed up at his door and he is now immersed in explaining his behavior.
Thinking outside the box is not a risk-free endeavor. Remember, that in 1492, almost everyone, including the intelligentsia felt the world was flat.
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