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Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

I received an e-mail yesterday from Baylor College of Medicine stating that students should read The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People before orientation. I’m sure many of my classmates have already read this very popular book on personal change, so to avoid procrastinating on my first medical school “assignment”, …

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How Doctors Think – The End

The final chapter of How Doctors Think by Dr. Groopman deals with the experiences of the author (an oncologist by training) and his colleagues as they diagnose and treat cancer patients. This was of special interest to me since I’m considering hematology/oncology as a possible career. The author explains the …

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How Doctors Think – Part 3

In the latest chapter of How Doctors Think, the author disclosed his years of struggling with a hand problem which no specialist seemed to properly diagnose. He visited four hand surgeons in the course of several years, and each seemed to provide a unique approach in resolving the author’s ailment. …

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