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I’ve never wanted to be popular. I’ve wanted to be wanted, included, asked to all the parties other events. I’ve wanted people to like me, even the ones I really never¬†liked. In grade school we used to play a game called 7-Up.¬†It was the late-1970s, early 1980s version of Mean Girls without the humor. The […]

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The Language of Healthcare

Dr. Danielle Ofri is the kind of doctor most people would want to take care of them. She fights convention and spends more than the allotted 15 minutes with each patient, frets over their well-being long after their office visits have completed, agonizes over her ethical responsibilities both to her employer (Bellevue Hospital) and especially […]

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