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When a diagnosis leads to sadness instead of triumph – KevinMD

Early in our careers, doctors have a tendency to triumph over serious or rare diagnoses we make as we marvel over our newfound skills and the logical complexity of the human body.

At this stage of mine, I often feel sadness when a patient I care for, and care about, develops a symptom that signals the possibility of a serious disease.

— Read on

A Country Doctor Talks – KevinMD

Tuesday’s podcast by Kevin Pho features yours truly and the topic is the recent blog post I wrote exclusively for him, “Will Telemedicine Make Us Better Diagnosticians?” We also talk about my upcoming book, which Kevin was kind enough to provide an official Amazon and paperback cover endorsement for.

Here’s the podcast link:

A favor to Kevin:

“If you enjoy the show, please leave a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts:

Please share the podcast on your social networks, and invite your friends to subscribe:

Osler said “Listen to your patient, he is telling you the diagnosis”. Duvefelt says “Listen to your patient, he is telling you what kind of doctor he needs you to be”.

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