Monthly Archives: July 2014

Making your doctor more attentive

My golden rule of medicine is this: Treat every patient with the same care I would want for my best friends and family. I order the same tests, refer to the same consultants and offer the same treatment options. When … Continue reading

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Real love and real beauty. Truth in a fairy tale.

What We Learn From Fairy Tales Davidicus Wong, M.D., July 7th, 2014 My beautiful daughter turns 16 this week. Once upon a time, when we were all much younger, a favourite family ritual was to make up a fresh bedtime … Continue reading

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Live Life Deliberately

Our lives are bittersweet – messy and beautiful. Like a baby with diapers, tears and giggles. Like a toddler with tantrums, laughter and sweetness. Like a six-year-old, stubborn but wanting to please. Like a teen, with budding maturity and brimming … Continue reading

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