Dr. Mikkael Sekeres, director of the Cleveland Clinic's leukemia program, relates his personal struggle after receiving worrisome results following stress echocardiography. Emotion clouds reason when dealing with health matters, even for physicians, he says, and it's difficult to keep perspective. In Sekeres' case, further exploration revealed he had nothing to worry about, but he highlights a valuable lesson in how patients experience receiving potentially devastating health news.

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