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Mama to DS ('06), DD ('08), and DD (9.18.11).
i'm sorry about your diagnosis.
Personally, i tend to believe that younger doctors are very good choices. they tend to be more "up" on cutting edge treatments and technologies because of their proximinty to still being in school. so, at the most basic level, i like younger doctors overall.
they can be a bit too gung ho, though, as well.
i would contact the specialist that you found and ask for a consultation. many will allow you to send your charts and information to them, and then make a recommendation. you might also ask your doctor to make this connection--as it will give her someone to rely on for advice and such.
good luck with everything!
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