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The first thing to remember is that the patient is not just a pair of tonsils, or perhaps, a skin, a prostate gland, or a pregnant uterus. This is a person. And it is essential that you should treat the patient as a person, as an individual who has feelings just like you and I have, who has a family background like you and I have, who has personal, domestic, and business problems, as most of us have.
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