300 Year Old Thoughts For Doctors

ATeasd5941 ateasd5941 at aol.com
Sun May 10 18:13:19 EST 1998

" The physician should bear in mind that he himself is not 
exempt from the common lot, but subject to the same
 laws of mortality and disease as others, and he will care
 for the sick with more diligence and tenderness if he
remembers that he himself is their fellow sufferer."

 Sydenham, English physician, 1624-1689.

Something for you to think about if you are making medicines that
are a lot healthier for your pockets than your patients health.

Carol T
 300 years later ! 

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