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Chapter 10

Virtues and Sins of Medicine: Part 1

Keith Dickerson, MD and Paul Simmons, MD
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Dr Richard Alan John Asher was an eminent British hematologist and endocrinologist who died in April 1969. During his career, he wrote an essay titled, “Seven Sins of Medicine.” Drs. Paul Simmons and Keith Dickerson ruminate on this essay and how it still applies to the practice of medicine today.

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