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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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I Am Looking Back and Ready to Say #YesAllWomen
Speakers: To Find Peace, End Domestic Violence
This Time, a Rwandan Man Listened to Story of Rape
It's Feminist to Care About Having Healthy Weight
Gene Tests Don't Solve Breast and Ovarian Cancers
Writer Grieves for One of Afghanistan's Lost Women
Girl Scouts Are Full of Stars, Mine is Miss Hazel
Survivor Shines Light on Metastatic Breast Cancer
Back on Top of Kilimanjaro, 46 Years Later


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Across Women's Lives

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Equality/Women’s Rights

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Teen Voices

Multiracial Girls Open Up About Getting Bullied

Daraja Academy

Girls Bolt to Safe House to Avoid FGM

The World

Nepal's Constitution Maintains Fatherhood Bias

Crime Policy/Legislation

Need to Know: 2 Gaps in Federal Gun Law on Domestic Abuse

Teen Voices

In Nepal's Disaster Camps, Girls Suffer Fear of 'Staining'