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I’m a hugger. Always have been, always will be. My parents brought me up to be one; I married one and my doctor is one. Problem is, when my doctor has bad news for me, instead of walking into the room with a smile and giving me a big hug, as she usually does, she walks in frowning and sits straight down in the chair. It’s an instant give away. And the problem is, if she’s going to tell me bad news, then that’s when I need a big hug the most!
You get to know the ways of your doctor when you’ve been with them for some time, and you also get to understand why they do the things they do.
Ever watched the show “The Actor’s Studio?” Then you’ll know that, at the end of the interview, the guest is asked the same set of general questions about themselves. One of them is “what job wouldn’t you like to attempt?” My answer would be oncologist.
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