Two doctors diagnosed her as suffering from "an unquestionable genuine loss of memory", yet opinion remains divided over the reason for her disappearance.
That evening he suffered a stroke, but refused medical treatment until the next day, when he did not improve and two doctors were sent for from Elizabethton.
In 1937, Patek and Taylor, two doctors from Harvard, discovered anti-haemophilic globulin.
Davis finally received medical care as two doctors came aboard further south and diagnosed acute bronchitis complicated by malaria.
Two doctors later diagnosed Whitacre as suffering from bipolar disorder.
He was able to walk back to the Auberge Ravoux, where he was attended to by two doctors, but without a surgeon present the bullet could not be removed.
Another series of arrests on October 27, 2011 included two doctors and a former union official.
Two doctors, including Dr. Philippe Ricord (a specialist in syphilis), recommended that, along with various remedies, he abandon work altogether and both agreed that the Italian climate would be better for his health.
In 1503 the Doctors of Law had 4 Theologians and in 1784 two Doctors of Medicine added to their ranks.
Agents arrested Loeser at 1127 South Harvey, Oak Park, Illinois, on Tuesday, July 24. O'Leary returned from a family fishing trip on July 24, the day of Loeser's arrest, and had read in the newspapers that the Department of Justice was looking for two doctors and another man in connection with some plastic work that was done on Dillinger.
At 3:30 am, at the suggestion of two doctors in the Red Cross camp, Hou Dejian and Zhuo Tuo agreed to try to negotiate with the soldiers.
Two doctors were brought in to aid Johnson;
In a recent case, two doctors were caught on camera offering a sex-selective abortion but the Director of Public Prosecution deemed it not in the public interest to proceed with the prosecution.
The adverse comments of two doctors regarding the emergency response appeared in the media.
Two doctors examined him over a period of 17 days before concluding he had an antisocial personality disorder (a disorder that incorporates constructs such as sociopathy and psychopathy), was unlikely to benefit from any therapy or medical treatment, and that his behavior pattern was likely to bring him into repeated conflict with society.
The hospital is dealing with the sudden deaths of two doctors and a nurse.
In October 2005, a similar hearing was held against two doctors who worked at Tameside General Hospital in 1994, who failed to detect that Shipman had deliberately administered a "grossly excessive" dose of morphine.
His architectural work was limited to a summer house for two doctors.
Jack Balkin, writing in Yale Law Journal, considered this to be a cheap trick to construct the illusion of a larger majority, likening it to "saying that two doctors agree that a patient is sick, but one wants to use leeches, and the other wants to prescribe antibiotics".
There were also two doctors, Daniels and Houff, who owned a drug store.