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39 Durward Place, Unit 2
Waterloo , Ontario
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Once again about "gratitude"

I want to remind you of an ancient and proven truth: fair treatment of the patient ends where "gratitude" begins. Some time ago, one patient in this department needed to have an oncological operation. The patient's mother, having seriously worried about her daughter's safety, had paid the doctor a so-called "thank you" and the doctor accepted the money. The patient underwent surgery. Half a year later, the patient visited the ward again to make a diagnosis of deteriorating health. The patient had seen the same doctor, but this time no "thanks" were paid to anyone. While the patient was in the ward, this doctor openly showed contempt for him, simply ignored the patients for a few days at first, then began to blame him forthat she had "invented" her illness and finally told her to leave the ward. In front of other doctors, the patients were simply ridiculed, but during the ward, the head of the department began to treat him demonstratively as a street prostitute. Instead of finding out the patient's state of health, she was asked a couple of unworthy questions, but when the patient answered, she began to shout harshly at her while others expressed her indifference. This patient had nothing to do with prostitution, drugs or the public, he was simply tried to be a victim of cynicism. One has to wonder - how inferior can a patient be considered so that such treatment of a sick person can be considered the norm? It must be rememberedthat any honest person (even if he were not a doctor) would be ashamed to go down to humiliate a vulnerable person or to make fun of that person just because he has nothing to defend. But if the treatment of patients is really determined by "gratitude," it's no wonder.


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