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“It’s never easy helping someone understand the implications that stress and anxiety can have on the body. Blaming physical sickness on stress feels vastly oversimplified and it also seems like an accusation — blame is placed on the patient’s mental state for the symptoms they are suffering from.”

Redefining Anxiety: Why our Current Language is Insufficient

DOXIMITY OP-ED, AUGUST 2020

Doctors and the MedBikini movement: Nebulous standards of professionalism reveal biases

Chicago Tribune Commentary, August 2020

In the past month, the magnitude of our healthcare crisis has been amplified. As my patients have lost their jobs, so too have many lost their insurance.

As Doctors we are taught ‘First Do No Harm’. That becomes harder during a Pandemic.

CHICAGO SUN TIMES, MAY 2020

Collateral Damage in a Doctor’s fight against COVID-19: Personal stories and connection

Chicago Tribune April 2020
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“To sometimes find oneself fumbling in the darkness, looking for a guiding light or a helping hand, is perhaps one of the few universal human struggles.”

The Big Question

HEKTOEN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MEDICAL HUMANITIES, AUGUST 2019

Racial Bias influences health care — and it starts in the exam room

Chicago Tribune, February 2019


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