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Doctors should let their patients’ religious beliefs shine

On one of my first days of medical school, I shuffled into a lecture hall surrounded by professional looking individuals as we had done the days before. This similar routine persisted for a few days as we became oriented to our new school. Leadership had indoctrinated us with professionalism, administrative staff had terrified us to the point of avoiding any patient information for fear of being sent wherever they send HIPAA violators, and the resident financial guru helped us slide into the reality that we are all financially doomed by debt. This flow of lectures seemed to follow every day of orientation, until one of the days, a dean of the school stood up and told us all we were shamen...

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