From the Editor

From the Editor

Treat or treat

When assessing whether to recommend treatment, it’s tough to know the difference between tricks and treats.

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Reunion

Here we were, three accomplished physicians all resigning from powerful posts at the same time for what turns out to be similar reasons. Our...

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Timed perfectly

His leukemia was asymptomatic, indolent, and required no treatment. He could have waited 6 months to be seen. But, no; he couldn’t.

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Rat race

A rat race can be more than just a competitive quest for financial gain. In politics, the quest is more for power. In sports, the quest includes...

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The white wall

How many clinically shaky fellows do we graduate into our profession every year? How many of us are aware of colleagues who are unskilled, but are...

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Pathologic superstition

Without certainty, how can a physician debunk a superstition?

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Full disclosure

Dr. Matt Kalaycio thought he was free of financial conflicts because he doesn’t take pharma money. Then he checked Open Payments.

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