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Tag Archives: Victo Dolore
Originally posted on Behind the White Coat:
How do we stay connected as humans beings as we retreat from our patients and from each other behind gloves and masks and face shields? I have been pondering this. Back in the…
I am truly honored that Victor Dolore has agreed to guest post for me today. Please join me in welcoming the good doctor to Cordelia’s Mom’s house: _________________________________________ THE LOST NOTES By Victo Dolore My grandmother’s spinet piano sat … Continue reading
Victo Dolore was kind enough to ask me to guest post for her. Since our readership overlaps quite a bit, you might have already seen this post, but if not, I think you’ll find it interesting. I am a little … Continue reading