Oct 28, 2022
"I think it’s much more likely that my patients — some of whom are terminal and facing their own mortality; others who are suffering through a multitude of side effects from their cancers or our treatments – my beautiful patients haven’t let cancer compromise that core of humanity that allows them to care deeply about the welfare of another human being, despite what they are living through. They wanted me to heal just as much as I hoped for the same for them."
Mikkael A. Sekeres is a hematology-oncology physician and author of Drugs and the FDA: Safety, Efficacy, and the Public's Trust.
He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "When my patients cared for me."
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