Category Archives: A New Way to Practice Medicine

The Seat of The Soul

Our mortal destiny is out there; out among the distant stars. We will travel there and thrive there. I can know this ┬ábecause I know something about the biology of man. And thus we will need to talk about the … Continue reading

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Become A Physician Become A Liberal, Become A Healer Become A Conservative

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 … Continue reading

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Free Speech, The Flexner Report and Why Your Doctor Cannot Tell You The Truth

An anecdote: When I had the large clinic, Tempus, one of my managers came up with the idea of doing radio advertising. OK, why not? He had a clever name for the campaign: “Undo Type Two.” These were 15 second … Continue reading

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None Of The Above

I am sure you all remember the multiple choice tests where the last option was ‘none of the above.’ Well, I had my own ‘none of the above’ realization on a recent flight to Kauai to give a health talk. … Continue reading

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One Medical Student and The Future of All Medicine

For the past two weeks I have had the pleasure of having a 3rd year medical student doing a rotation here in my medical practice. Be clear, do not infer or guess anything else; he was a very bright, motivated, … Continue reading

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