Doctors Cry, Too: Essays from the Heart of a Physician
Portraying a medical profession that is sensitive, emotional, spiritual, and compassionate, this collection of inspirational essays is a prescription for life from the heart of a physician.
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THE EMOTIONAL AND SPIRITUAL SIDE
END OF LIFE
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