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Weekend read: This is how you healthcare



by sjhoward

This is the 1,991st post. It was published at 12:30 on Friday, 22nd February 2013.

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Sarah Bee published this moving story earlier this week over at NSFWCORP. Just occasionally, I come across a story that stops me in my tracks, moves me, and makes me think a little bit differently about life and medicine. This powerfully personal article about Sarah Bee’s experience as she watched her own father die in an intensive care unit in London is one of those stories.

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