Misdiagnosed 

Why Spokane's infamously high MS rates may be nothing more than a self-fulfilling myth.

The tests, the doctor said, had come back negative. It was a shock to hear, the kind of shock that follows life-altering news. Especially news that comes out of nowhere. Before she got angry, Heather Audel-Neal was just very, very shocked. “You…

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