Maybe it's just my paranoid neurotic self. But every year 100's of pocd's graduate at the bottom 5 of their class, out of 100's of students, in 100's of medical schools & internships throughout the word. Dealing with the mental health system in the US, for the past 12 years. All of my doctors, I think were there. Bottom 5. I once asked a pocd for a prescription for me to have a cat. It was against the apartment rules w/o one. He (doctor) was close to retirement. He was blown away and preplexed by the request. Kinda like he had not picked up a medical journal in 20 years. And I could go on about a one time nobel profession. Now regulated by insurance. Not patient care. Just me????
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