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Weep With Me: Doctors Too, Can Learn to Grieve

Friday, April 24, 2015

Courses such as The Healer's Art should be as ubiquitous in medical schools as gross anatomy. Just as a physician never quits learning the science of medicine, doctors must continue to work on understanding the humanity of their profession at all stages.

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