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War on the Frontline

It is difficult

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Self sacrifice. I really dont believe in the term. As healthcare workers we assess the risk of treating a patient with the risk of danger to our own lives. This time, however, it is slightly different.

Going into work there is a sense of good will, team work and companionship. It was always there but this time it is more palpable. Greetings are more sincere, conversations are more…

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Sharaf Sheik-Ali

Sharaf Sheik-Ali

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