Articles  |   July 2013
A MALPRACTICE MARATHON: One Doctor’s Tale
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Articles   |   July 2013
A MALPRACTICE MARATHON: One Doctor’s Tale
ASA Monitor 07 2013, Vol.77, 39-41.
ASA Monitor 07 2013, Vol.77, 39-41.
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When asked to contribute to this feature, this author was hesitant to share his story. He wrote an informative and worthwhile account of his experiences, so we honored his request for anonymity.
– Mary Ann Vann, M.D. Task Force on Wellness

“Nobody likes a show off, but that fact doesn’t seem to deter anyone!”

We all know “that guy.” The one who brags about his kid’s game-winning home run, his profitable stock trade or the deal he got on his new car.
“That guy” never mentions the bad stuff – the strikeout, the losing stock trade or the details of being “ripped off” by the used car salesman. Those stories are quickly buried, existing only as skeletons in his closet.
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