If there were an Olympic contest for unpopularity, attorneys would surpass the rat and the roach.
Letters to the Editors
So said the patient who taught the author a critical lesson: Some things are more important than diagnosis and treatment.
Be careful whom you ask to sing your praises. That "ideal" person might do more harm than good.
A new study shows that giving seriously ill patients overly
optimistic expectations can be as dangerous as giving them none. How do you negotiate the middle ground?
Bumped, bruised, scraped, dunked and nearly drowned where was the smooth sailing the doctor had pictured?