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Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Doctor's thoughts.... Doctors must go through many years of training, both theoretical in the classroom, and practical, first in the lab and later in hospital and clinic environment as residents. If they want to specialize further, they continue with fellowships, under supervision of other colleagues. When they decide on their specialty, they still must complete all other rotations in other specialties, before they focus on theirs. And what is more important, they do not cherry pick what they like. While medicine is a great field, it is also challenging and ugly at times. And by ugly, I do not only mean aesthetic part but also emotional and psychological part of practicing. What we learn is that life is precious and themes because I remain dedicated to we must do all to 'do not harm' and help and treat to the best of our knowledge. We my patients regardless of what their cannot pick patients by age, gender, skin today, I would like to cite some thoughts color, disease, or any other characteristics. And in our trade of healing, we sort of from the recent adaptation of a book by have to forget about ourselves and focus Pope Francis, Let Us Dream: The Path our mind, skills, hands, and abilities on a body and mind of the person in front of us. Pope is that they do not really talk about In a sense, being a doctor, by definition, is the most selfless trade to practice. Or at the religion. They talk about humanity least, it should be. We can see examples of the total in the entire world, he is talking about selflessness and dedication to the levels people who serve others regardless of of heroism among first responders and circumstances; "They are the antibodies medical professionals who have been dealing with the pandemic for the last ten months. We can see that in surgeons who by giving of ourselves, not preserving of can operate for hours, until they remove ourselves but losing ourselves in service: unexpected complications. We can see a similar dedication in other medical wake up our internal goodness and care professionals who face life and death daily for one another, no matter what trade we and must forget about what they need, to practice and what religion we follow. And focus on the needs of their patients. But we are also humans and as humans, let ourselves be touched by others'pain... we struggle with our decisions, and we also make mistakes. And sometimes we face two choices and they might be equally as of Holidays, I hope we all will find time bad. Still, our role in the medical field is to to identify our own selflessness towards re-direct our attention from what we need others. I certainly wish you all the best in to what our patients need. I hardly ever refer to any religious affiliations, views, and opinions are but to a Better Future! What is very special about the book and the thoughts of the and humans. During times of hardship to the virus of indifference. They remind us that our lives are a gift and we grow Looking into a better future, we need to ..we must emerge less selísh, we have to Entering this year's Holidays, all kinds finding it. Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Doctor's thoughts.... Doctors must go through many years of training, both theoretical in the classroom, and practical, first in the lab and later in hospital and clinic environment as residents. If they want to specialize further, they continue with fellowships, under supervision of other colleagues. When they decide on their specialty, they still must complete all other rotations in other specialties, before they focus on theirs. And what is more important, they do not cherry pick what they like. While medicine is a great field, it is also challenging and ugly at times. And by ugly, I do not only mean aesthetic part but also emotional and psychological part of practicing. What we learn is that life is precious and themes because I remain dedicated to we must do all to 'do not harm' and help and treat to the best of our knowledge. We my patients regardless of what their cannot pick patients by age, gender, skin today, I would like to cite some thoughts color, disease, or any other characteristics. And in our trade of healing, we sort of from the recent adaptation of a book by have to forget about ourselves and focus Pope Francis, Let Us Dream: The Path our mind, skills, hands, and abilities on a body and mind of the person in front of us. Pope is that they do not really talk about In a sense, being a doctor, by definition, is the most selfless trade to practice. Or at the religion. They talk about humanity least, it should be. We can see examples of the total in the entire world, he is talking about selflessness and dedication to the levels people who serve others regardless of of heroism among first responders and circumstances; "They are the antibodies medical professionals who have been dealing with the pandemic for the last ten months. We can see that in surgeons who by giving of ourselves, not preserving of can operate for hours, until they remove ourselves but losing ourselves in service: unexpected complications. We can see a similar dedication in other medical wake up our internal goodness and care professionals who face life and death daily for one another, no matter what trade we and must forget about what they need, to practice and what religion we follow. And focus on the needs of their patients. But we are also humans and as humans, let ourselves be touched by others'pain... we struggle with our decisions, and we also make mistakes. And sometimes we face two choices and they might be equally as of Holidays, I hope we all will find time bad. Still, our role in the medical field is to to identify our own selflessness towards re-direct our attention from what we need others. I certainly wish you all the best in to what our patients need. I hardly ever refer to any religious affiliations, views, and opinions are but to a Better Future! What is very special about the book and the thoughts of the and humans. During times of hardship to the virus of indifference. They remind us that our lives are a gift and we grow Looking into a better future, we need to ..we must emerge less selísh, we have to Entering this year's Holidays, all kinds finding it. Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net