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Patients should never underestimate the self-flagellation of the physician

Patients die. This is a tragic truism in the world of medicine. Usually, the patients who die are elderly. Patients die from diabetes and kidney disease, or from alcohol abuse and liver failure, or from heavy smoking and lung disease. Or patients die from cancer. As a physician, I take these deaths in stride. I Read more… Patients should never underestimate the self-flagellation of the physician originally appeared in KevinMD.com.

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