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my name is Veera Loza I'm a gastroenterologist a physician but more importantly I'm a son a brother an uncle and also like many of you a patient let me tell you two stories first is that of a young six-year-old boy who stopped his father from going to work by simply saying daddy I can't breathe his father rushed over to hit to his son noticed he was gasping for air took him to the emergency room where it followed by a nurse walked into the emergency room and listened to his chest his heart and lungs they turned to the family and said this is nothing this is only asthma we will give him some treatment and he will be fine and then they walked out of the room the second is that of a young doctor in training who walks into a patient's room confidently to describe a procedure known as an endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography kudos to anybody who can spell that he walks into the patient's room and looks to the patient and her family and says so looks like there's a stone stuck in y...