WSJ-Logo wall street Cancer Diagnosis Galvanizes a Medical Student How a support network—and a special bond with his doctor—helped a 22-year-old med student fight lymphoma.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoOctober 23, 2017Topics: / / / Keywords: / /
WSJ-Logo wall street No, You Don't Need 'Closure' An oncologist discusses the myth of finding 'closure' in death, but rather to find healthy ways to cope and live with the loss of a loved one.
Contributor: Karlen BaderJanuary 22, 2016Topics: Keywords: / / / / /
JOCO Beautiful Imperfections Dr. Boulay writes of how his patient, Judy, who died of cancer after her seven-year battle, helped him recognize what was truly important in his life and the value of self-forgiveness.
Contributor: Karlen BaderJanuary 22, 2016Topics: Keywords: / / /
NYT My Last Day As A Surgeon Dr. Paul Kalanithi, struggling with lung cancer, remarks on the emotional proceedings of his last day in the OR, taking in every experience knowing they were his last.
Contributor: Karlen BaderJanuary 21, 2016Topics: Keywords: / / /
NYT My Marriage Didn't End When I Became a Widow Dr. Lucy Kalanithi writes about her husband's passing and how she found a way to keep him present in her life will making a life of her own as well.
Contributor: Karlen BaderJanuary 21, 2016Topics: Keywords: / / /
NYT How Long Have I Got Left? Neurosurgeon Dr. Paul Kalanithi describes his own experience with cancer and facing mortality - and how it's opened his eyes to what patients want to hear and how doctors can best advise them.
Contributor: Karlen BaderJanuary 21, 2016Topics: Keywords: / /
Lupe-Fiasco-Remission-2014-1200x1200 Remission by Lupe Fiasco A rap narrative of struggles with cancer. Poetry - alive and well!
Contributor: Adam SapersteinJune 20, 2015Topics: / / Keywords: / / / /
New York Times Testing the Limits of ‘Terminal’ When a patient’s health declines rapidly, it can be impossible to determine the cause, and whether aggressive or comfort care is the best next step.
Contributor: AdminJanuary 19, 2015Topics: Keywords: / / / / / / / /
The Journal of the American Medical Association Adverbs by Khanjan Baxi Shah, MD Medicine is not mathematics. Uncertainty is in fact truth. Logic is often unbound to reality. Humility lies in Adverbs. A story of uncertain diagnosis.
Contributor: AdminJanuary 19, 2015Topics: Keywords: / / /