Andrew L. Pecora, MD
First, do no harm. It is the moral creed of every practicing physician, and this sentiment is drilled into our hearts and minds as we train to become licensed physicians. We consider what we do to patients through prescription or procedure as a potential source of harm, followed less so by our behavior, when we fail to be caring or courteous. Never did we imagine we could potentially hurt our patients by recording detailed patient history, such as our accurate impressions of patient condition and needs.
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