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◆ I have noticed over the past three years that most African Christians depend on their pastor or preachers for directions in life than their lecturers, politicians and nurses. That tells why most people refuse certain medical priorities with regards to their pastor's messages. I think if every pastor should have entrepreneurial knowledge coupled with spiritual integrity, Africa will shake!
- Israelmore Ayivor99
◆ In my over three decades of family practice, I have come to the conclusion that we, as doctors, should provide non-medical people with as much medical information as we can. Not as much as we think they should have, or information just related to the problem at hand, but as much as we can provide. Period.
- James Hubbard99
◆ If a relative has suffered Ovarian or Breast Cancer, get the genetic screening. It saves lives.
- Lisa Jey Davis99
◆ There's nothing like a little physical pain to keep your mind off your emotional problems.
- John E. Sarno99
◆ Acknowledging the important role of the emotions in health and illness, medicine must reexamine its concepts of disease causation.
- John E. Sarno99
◆ Here is the problem: Poor Americans consume too little healthcare, especially preventive healthcare. Other Americans—often rich Americans—consume too much healthcare, often unwisely, and sometimes to their detriment. The American healthcare system combines famine with gluttony.
- Otis Webb Brawley99
◆ I'm taking inorganic chem and physics not because I want to but because I have to. Not every doctor wants to be a scientist. Some of us just want to take care of sick people. I can't help thinking that medicine is more closely aligned to the humanities than to the sciences. I can't help thinking that I could learn more about being a good doctor from William Shakespeare than I could from Isaac Newton. After all, isn't understanding people at least as important as understanding pathology?
- Michael J. Collins99
◆ The earth is attempting to rid itself of an infection by human parasite.
- Richard Preston99
◆ The medical profession is unconsciously irritated by lay knowledge.
- John Steinbeck99
◆ We were putting into these gomers our fear of death, but who knew if they feared death? Perhaps they welcomed death like a dear long-lost cousin, grown old but still known, coming to visit, relieving the loneliness, the failing of the senses, the fury of the half-blind looking into the mirror and not recognizing who is looking back, a dear friend, a dear reliever, a healer who would be with them for an eternity, the same eternity as the long ago, before birth.
- Samuel Shem99
◆ Learning is a journal not a destination
- Ian Bullock99
◆ Pain is a symphony - a complex response that includes not just a distinct sensation but also motor activity, a change in emotion, a focusing of attention, a brand-new memory.
- Atul Gawande99
◆ I keep dreaming of a future, a future with a long and healthy life, not lived in the shadow of cancer but in the light.
- Patrick Swayze99
◆ It is much more important to know what sort of a patient has a disease than what sort of a disease a patient has.
- William Osler99
◆ Never go to a doctor whose office plants have died.
- Erma Bombeck99

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