While my uncle was dying from a rare cancer, he found solace in a hotel whose staff became a surrogate family.
A heartbreaking account from a doctor in the children’s trauma center of a San Antonio, Texas, hospital recounting the day they waited for an influx of children, injured in a school shooting 85 miles away in Uvalde. But the kids never came. We wanted to have never heard of them, for them to never need […]
In New Orleans, hospitals sent infected COVID patients into hospice facilities or back home to die — to family members untrained and unprepared to care for them — and in some cases discontinuing treatment against the family’s wishes.
On racism in medicine, body autonomy, and one Black doctor’s experience in the ER.