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End-of-life ethics

Medical school definitely has its drudgery. Thankfully there are also moments of beauty — interactions and experiences that remind me why I’m here. Moments that remind me that I am in the right place, doing the right thing. 550 more words

Medical School: Year 2

Fighting for the 'right to try': Terminally ill Canadians want legal right to access unproven treatments

About a month ago, a group of people with terminal illnesses wrote to members of Parliament, asking for legislation that would give the dying the right to access unapproved drugs and treatments. 1,655 more words


Laughter Is The Best Medicine

You sat in the clinical bed, pale as a sheet but still with a smile sprawled across your face. We used to laugh all the time when you weren’t imprisoned here, we still did I suppose. 319 more words


The False Hope.. Resources, Government Programs, Charities, Donations and Funding

First of all I would Like to say that this is what I experienced with most of the well-known charities in my area there are charities who still help those in need Like Angel flight,Virginia mason,all of the doctors,hospitals, friends and family who helped or at least pointed us in the right direction…Thank you all… 929 more words


Constellation Volume 1

‘The Real Face of Cancer’ By Andy Whelan

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The Story Behind Photograph and the Photographer

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Listening to People with Cancer

Over the last couple of years, I’ve had the privilege of working with patients diagnosed with cancer who were referred to our clinic by local cancer treatment centers. 709 more words

Mental Health