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Well, for one thing, you do have to come to some kind of a comfort level within yourself about dealing with prolonged or fatal illnesses, and death, because not all of your patients will get better. Speaking for myself, it helped me the most the day I realized that those patients who weren't doing well would be that way whether I was there or not - so therefore it was far better that I be there and do all I could for them.

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