Yes John all the diagnoses but 2 which are still being tested and consulting with the team of doctors which l think should be at all medical facilities. The medical employees who are caring for patients should be a team. I worked in a hospital where doctors aren’t listening to nurses and other staff. Health problems are changing constantly and one of the doctors told me some of the meds l was taking was old meds and l guess they are not effective for illnesses today. And l also know everyone’s body reacts differently but l have been on a couple of diuretics for years and when l tell the hospital here my general practice doctors and the specialized doctor for heart disease that my legs are swelling l just get another diuretic. Instead of finding why it’s here take more drugs. So l was so blessed to get answers. I really don’t know if the doctors changes your meds if you have your own doctor in another state. I hope when l give all the reports to my doctors they will take the advice and medical outcome from the Mayo clinic. One of the doctors at the Mayo Clinic said l don’t know how you will get the previous diagnoses changed when you have a different outcome. So it’s seems like a second opinion is only for your concerns and satisfaction because doctors or other medical employees don’t want to admit they made a mistake. I see now when l was talking to people who come to the Mayo Clinic that they are getting the best care. So coming up soon this will be the 4th time coming to the Mayo Clinic but it’s all worth it. And l am truly thankful to my internal medicine doctor who ordered all the doctors, test, and the team consulting with each other to give me the good news. The team at the Mayo Clinic reminds me of my retired gerentologist who told me about my liver. He told me l never seen and extra vein in, I’ve seen it in medical school but not in a human. Well that’s not what you want to here from your doctor. But he also said I m not sure what’s the best way to handle this but l will talk to my colleagues. Well he was definitely being honest . And it wasn’t money it was wanting the best for his patients and trying to get the best outcome. That’s how l feel about the doctors at the Mayo clinic doctors. Thank you John for all the support.