Robert, 57, spent his life doing a pretty good job at avoiding the doctor’s office, yet here he was being dragged by his wife to the Desert Ridge Family Physicians practice in Phoenix, Arizona. He came in experiencing bilateral neuropathy, which had left him with a strange tingling sensation in both his hands and feet for the past several months. Recently, Robert had been diagnosed with oral cancer and had undergone chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery to remove all of his lesions, so when he arrived in Dr. Lisa Piccione’s exam room, she knew that he wasn’t thrilled to be there.
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