Telehealth has forced a conservative profession to rethink how it can better serve all patients
The very first time a patient asked me what I thought about “this new virus”, I advised her that all things considered, it should pass. We sat in a small room with all six of her children to share the good news that after a full year of “wait and watch”, her cancer was static. Consequently, there was no need for the chemotherapy she desperately wanted to avoid. At this, she burst into tears.
“Darling, I come feeling sick in my stomach, but you always make me feel better!”
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