Friday, 29 January 2010

Perspective

I've had some big changes in my life over the last month or so, but not as big as some.

I sincerely wish The Little Medic all the best.

8 comments:

Thelittlemedic said...

Thank you, much appreciated!

Richard said...

Hi, I couldn't find your email address, so I'm leave you a comment here instead...

Given the popularity and prevalence of twitter, I put together a list of 50 different doctors on Twitter that you can follow to potentially get some insight on their medical lives. If you wouldn’t mind, could you share my list with your readers?

If you know of any other physicians that you follow on twitter, I'd love to add him/her to the list. Just leave a comment on the blog.

Here's the post:

http://blog.onlinecollegeguru.com/health-care/50-doctors-to-follow-on-twitter/

Many thanks!

Richard

beachbody team said...

Yes, I am sorry to know all this His blog hasn't been updated since this news. A fiend of mine who was also a new doctor was operated with gall stones last year. She survived but that was just so little compared to your friend's situation. Hope he is well now.

family physicians said...

Last year was reall a hard time for me as I suffered badly with heart problem but thanks to family physicians. They helped me alot.

geriatrics physicians South FL said...

I too wish for better luck. My best wishes always. Keep posting.

Anonymous said...

Wish you would start blogging again! Talk about leaving it on a cliff hanger.

Nurse and Hospital Stories said...

Ah, that is a bad news indeed from the little medic. I guess the burden of our every trouble depend on our perspectives on how heavy that burden is.:)

Take care,
Peny@hospital scrubs

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