I wanted to share a TED talk with you which I watched a while ago and which I find excellent. I myself am a bit of a complex case, and when doctors get in touch with my case, there is always a lot of insecurity and unknown. Doctors' reactions to this are quite diverse, ranging from unbelief ("this is impossible"/"you shouldn't have these symptoms") or blaming me ("this must be due to stress!") and frustration to curiosity (the latter of which being the least likely).
I really appreciate this talk about how outliers and open questions in medicine are opportunities to learn, and how doctors and patients can tackle them together.