So many of us have war stories about our struggles with doctors, nurses and other medical personnel. I think in my case, it has made me so much more appreciative when I have a doctor who actually listens, shows compassion, and understand the impact that illness and pain has on me as a whole. At the moment, I have several doctors that meet this description, and there have been times when the personal care they have shown has actually moved me to tears (and I'm not a weepy sort of girl). I know that there must be others here who have found themselves wanting to express their appreciation and gratitude to a doctor, or a nurse, or another part of their medical team - have you? How?
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