The Worst Case I Ever Saw In My Medical Career

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Only a small percentage of patient encounters stay with me years after leaving medicine. It’s usually the ones that didn’t go well. The ones that were unique in their complexity or were just truly unsettling.

The human mind has a propensity for the negative and mine is no different.

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I’m a former doctor turned writer/content creator. I write topics on self-help, lifestyle, and the weird and wonderful. My website: https://www.mindthemedic.com

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I’m a former doctor turned writer/content creator. I write topics on self-help, lifestyle, and the weird and wonderful. My website: https://www.mindthemedic.com

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