Joan was 42 years old and apparently healthy. She wanted to increase the coverage on her life insurance policy, and as part of her assessment, her doctor was required to perform a routine medical exam. Her urinalysis was normal except for a 1+ positive test for protein. No other abnormality was detected but “just to be sure’, her doctor ordered a serum testing protein electrophoresis…




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