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    Why is a doctor-patient relationship important?
    Why is it important as a doctor that not everyone can be cured?
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    You are more likely to get a better response if you open the discussion with some ideas of your own.
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    (Original post by Alisahhh1998)
    Why is a doctor-patient relationship important?
    Why is it important as a doctor that not everyone can be cured?
    Hiya,

    If this is for interview prep I would have to agree and say you may want to start off discussing what your opinion is, through your reading and work experience(because ultimately that's what's key) and then others will contribute.
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    (Original post by Alisahhh1998)
    Why is a doctor-patient relationship important?
    Why is it important as a doctor that not everyone can be cured?
    You need to show at least some evidence of personal initiative, otherwise people will assume you're just trying to get others to do your work for you - and no one likes a freeloader. So, what are your thoughts? It's okay to be unsure, but give it a go first.
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    Would it be correct to say that it's important that to accept that there's not always a cure because
    Doctors see many patients some of which they can't cure, if they get emotionally involved with every patient they'd find it difficult to do medicine? This one is so difficult
 
 
 
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