“Misdiagnosed Bipolar: One Girl’s Struggle”


The San Jose Mercury News tells the story of Tessa Gallo, who was wrongly diagnosed with bipolar disorder in sixth-grade when she actually had a condition called PANS — pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome – “that in some cases, if caught early enough, could be cured by commonly used antibiotics.”

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