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Compassionate Doctors on Twitter led me here:

on April 12, 2018


3 responses to “Compassionate Doctors on Twitter led me here:

  1. Beth says:

    Likely most have forgotten: the Hippocratic oath An ethical code for doctors that has been observed, to varying degrees, since the times of ancient Greece. Contrary to popular belief doctors are not required to take the oath as part of their graduation ceremony. A modern version was drawn up by the World Medical Association in Geneva in 1948, the general terms of which are that the doctor pledges to serve humanity without consideration of race, religion or social standing, to respect his or her teachers, to practice conscientiously, to put the welfare of the patient before every other consideration, to keep patients’ secrets and to maintain the best traditions of the profession. (Hippocrates of Cos, Greek physician, 460–367 BC).

    IF ONLY all doctors and medical related personnel studied to fulfill that concept, we would have fewer murder cases, fewer neglected patients and fewer CDC boards that upheld the drug industry, which charges untenable prices for medicine.

    You hit a nerve.

    • Susan says:

      Wow ! Sounds like I did.
      Sensitive nerves are the result of injury and pain. My prayers out to you

      Beth, Thank you for the both beautiful and informative response.

  2. BETH says:

    Give my thanks to the “compassionate doctors on Twitter” for directing your thoughts this way.

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