I wonder if all of the hype and idolizing of him obscured the fact to his associates that at end of the day each and every one of us have this in common; we all suffer.
. The discussion was difficult; by the end of the session, all of us were in tears. However, at no time during that visit were the names Julius Hallervorden and Hugo Spatz mentioned. Having read about them, I've erased the eponym bearing their names from my database.
Work is not our identity; we are so much more. The personal qualities we brought to our jobs are what continue to make us whole and worthwhile. Put work aside for now and take a look inside yourself. You'll discover you never stopped being valuable.
I've been a medical oncologist for 10 years. Every day I think about my patients and the relationships I've developed with them and their families. Caring for people with cancer is rewarding, inspiring, and profound, but it is not without heartbreak.
And the combination of these mutations makes Esmé truly one of a kind. These blurs are the contrails of her stereotypies
What would an ideal conversation look like if your child never mentions rare diseases to you?
Just a few weeks ago the drug received breakthrough status from the FDA, which means that the FDA will provide senior administrative
My family did not have other families to talk with, or survivors to hear from. I couldn't explain the pains I was feeling to anyone who understood what I was talking about. At the time, there was only one doctor we found to consult with, and he had very limited knowledge on the subject.
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