Under the Knife: How a Doctor Really Feels When he Becomes the Patient

Being cut open is not any easier for a doctor than a layperson, and in some respects, might be more difficult

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At first, the pain is so mild that it is easy to ignore. It often feels like hunger pains but does not go away after eating. Food makes it worse. It builds…

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David Mokotoff is a retired MD. Passionate about writing, reading, fishing, and food, https://tinyurl.com/y7bjoqkd

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