I know this sounds heartless, but once in a while I do have to prepare patients that in this day and age, with our cummulative lifetime risk factors and increasing longevity for those in the baby boomer generation that most will likely be diagnosed with one type of cancer or another. [Read more…]
My role as a family doctor gives me front row access to more family drama than I care to admit.
What to do with aging parents is one drama that most of us will face.
All the petty jealousy and unresolved sibling rivalries rear their ugly heads when mom takes ill and can no longer live alone. [Read more…]