Jared Weiss, MD, reveals the lessons taught by a mentor, Dr Corey Langer, in the care of patients with non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), extending from the overcoming of "clinical distance" between physician and patient to the demonstration of a proper scientific perspective with its core values of collaboration and open-mindedness.
In sum, these lessons form a picture of patient care, representing not only the general concern that treating clinicians care deeply for their patients but, just as importantly, to be open-minded in clinical decision-making.
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