Second Opinion From Doctor Nets Different Diagnosis 88% Of Time, Study Finds

April 9, 2017 in News by Ken

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WEB Notes: They call it a “practice” for a reason folks. These are the same people urging you to go out and inject all of these vaccines into your body as well. You just might want to perform some due diligence before doing that to you and your family.

When it comes to treating a serious illness, two brains are better than one. A new study finds that nearly 9 in 10 people who go for a second opinion after seeing a doctor are likely to leave with a refined or new diagnosis from what they were first told.  

Researchers at the Mayo Clinic examined 286 patient records of individuals who had decided to consult a second opinion, hoping to determine whether being referred to a second specialist impacted one’s likelihood of receiving an accurate diagnosis.

The study, conducted using records of patients referred to the Mayo Clinic’s General Internal Medicine Division over a two-year period, ultimately found that when consulting a second opinion, the physician only confirmed the original diagnosis 12 percent of the time.