Don’t Touch Anything

A Memoir

by Nancy Wade

I was surprised by tears at the end of this story, a kind of blessed “whew, the medical student made it to the other side of a difficult day and emerged with the compassion and skill that patients want all their doctors to have. Well told—information, tension, and resolution.


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