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« What Not to Say to a Cancer Patient | Main | What a Difference a Letter Can Make »

July 29, 2012

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Jan Baird Hasak

Very powerful post. I used to resent that question, "How are you?", almost as if the person were asking "How are you, really?". But they are asking out of concern, and that is what we patients must remember. People don't always know what to say. I even find myself sometimes saying the "wrong" thing to a newly diagnosed patient, and then catch myself.

mesa pediatrics

Very inspirational! It seems like I come across these stories just when I need to hear them the most. Thanks!

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