edge he had absorbed from Paul’s lessons in immunology was more than superficial. But he was calm and not frightened. He said he had to get better so he could finish his education and return to his work in Haiti. I told him that his problem was serious but not hopeless. Several patients had died, but more and more were surviving, and this illness was still too new to predict the future. I offered to follow him in my office and promised that, if the situation did become hopeless, I would tell him.
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