Humane Medicine — Face to Face

We all wear masks of some sort; some look better than others. Most of us never take them off in public; some of us don’t even take them off when we look in the mirror.

Sometimes it takes a child’s love to see through the mask to the true person whose soul bears little resemblance to the outward appearance.

Interested readers can now access my latest Humane Medicine column, Face to face: glimpsing the man behind the mask, recently published in the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

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One comment on “Humane Medicine — Face to Face

  1. ~ t says:

    That’s one of the reasons I like dogs so much,
    they only care about how you treat them …..

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