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“When a doctor says, ‘I don’t know,’ it is rarely a sign of weakness or ignorance. More often it’s a sign of a physician who knows and appreciates the limits of our science and is willing to be a partner. It’s an olive branch of commiseration about what is not, and a hopeful readiness for what is.”
-Excerpt from Hippocrates’ Shadow (Scribner, $26) 
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Announcement by medical leaders could bolster emergency medicine momentum in developing countries. 

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