That is, at least for some, a provocative title for a medical post.
Avoid, no matter how tempting, broadening my remarks to a general theory of politics.
As young medical students, even if we sat in the back and sometime read the newspaper, we still showed fealty to the lecturers; to our mentors. It was obvious that they knew more than we did about physiology, anatomy, endocrinology; biochemistry not so much as that was a ‘hard science’ of clear rules and little room for interpretation. Continue reading