Diagnosis

                 You have ______, which is a ______ form of ______. We are going to treat it with ______, which is a ______ that sometimes results in ______ and, occasionally, ______. …

Illustration by Katty Maurey

                 You have

______, which is a

______ form of

______. We are going to treat it with

______, which is a

______ that sometimes results in

______ and, occasionally,

______. Very rarely, patients develop

______. Our resident

______ will

______ your

______, assess your

______ and the potential for

______. Don’t despair. All signs point to

______. But you’ll need to

______ and

______. Otherwise,

______ .

This appeared in the April 2016 issue.

Adam Sol
Adam Sol published his most recent collection, Complicity, in 2014.

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