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Warren's Case

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 10, 2007
  • 02:26 AM

My best friend Warren was born with some kind of medical anomaly that made the folicles for his hair to grow out of almost nonexistant, and placed in odd locations around his head. His hair grew out in tufts and he had to wear a wig-hat wherever he went. I felt bad for Warren and wanted to help, so I asked the doctor if the medical anomaly was correctly diagnosed. Here's what happened: the doctor basically told me that it wasn't an anomaly Warren had but a different disease that the doctors felt was "best gone undiagnosed" and they escorted me out. I have no idea what Warren's going to do, what his real disease is, or what other symptoms it could have! I need help to step up to the doctors, Warren, or both, or even have the doctors explain this to Warren. Any suggestions?

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