Pain

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As a doctor, I can write down symptoms, I can prescribe tests and medicines. But what matters to me most is when I’m given the opportunity to meet pain, to address pain, and to allow pain to melt into…

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There’s never been a better time to revise our understanding of health and our role as caregivers.

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Jan Bonhoeffer

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There’s never been a better time to revise our understanding of health and our role as caregivers.

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