A letter that shook this urologist
We delve into urologist William Lynes’ emotional journey as a physician grappling with burnout and the weight of medical decisions. A distressing note triggers introspection, unraveling the hidden turmoil of a healer. Join us to explore the intersection of duty and personal battles in the world of medicine.
William Lynes is a urologist.
He discusses the KevinMD article, “Quitting medicine: a disgraced survivor of a bloody suicide attempt.”
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