The human touch in humanitarian medical work
Spring 2011 : The Human Touch in Humanitarian Medical Work
The Human Touch in Humanitarian Medical Work
Engaging in medical humanitarian efforts in third-world countries remind doctors why they are doing what they are doing. Mark Zafereo, M.D., an MD Anderson head and neck surgeon, has made several humanitarian trips. He says even if you can’t always cure the patient, just showing you care can do a lot of healing.
Guest: Mark Zafereo, M.D.
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