reduced. And we succeeded in giving our students a window on the human condition that few doctors in training ever experience.
On the other hand, with so many social problems—drugs, poverty, mental health issues—it was hard to convince myself that the health care services we were delivering amounted to much more than a Band-Aid. I asked myself over and over: Are we making a difference? Could we ever make a difference?
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