Editor’s Note:Linda Casebeer lives in Birmingham, Alabama, and has worked in the field of medical education outcomes research for thirty years. She writes, “My neighbor collapsed and was hospitalized with a very low heart rate and hypothyroidism. While she was being diagnosed and treated, her daughter reported on social media, as advertising, that she was continuing her mother's oleander nerium cream in the hospital, a clue to her diagnosis. The patient is slowly recovering, but I became incensed by the fact that this product remains commercially available leading to multiple drafts of ‘Name Your Poison’.”
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