Today I placed a tuberculosis test on the forearm of a young lady who is enrolled in nursing school. I’ve known her since she was an infant. She’s all grown up now, striking out on her own. I last saw her several years ago when she came in complaining of panic attacks shortly after her father died from metastatic bone cancer. Back then she was vulnerable; now she’s confident. She’s decided to devote her life to caring for others. more»
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