When patients seek a second opinion: Its not about you

When patients seek a second opinion: Its not about you I remember when I first started in oncology; I had joined the faculty at Brown three years after fellowship and was seeing a patient* with newly diagnosed breast cancer. She was in her 40s, an advertising executive, married, with two small kids. The diagnosis was unexpected (as it usually is), with a lump found while showering. She had come to see me after surgery, where she was diagnosed with stage II breast cancer.

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