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The privilege of experiencing illness

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  • Alex says:

    Reading the article, my first reaction was, sure use what works. Don’t use that which doesn’t, and so, do no harm. There was only a momentary intrusion of thoughts about all the exceptions and how complicated it all is, before the simple truth brings it back. For me, do no harm is the flip side of use what works.

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Morhaf Al Achkar

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Morhaf Al Achkar, MD, Ph.D., is assistant professor of family medicine at the University of Washington, Seattle. He earned his medical degree from Aleppo University, Syria, and his Ph.D. in Education from Indiana University, U.S.A