Category Archives: Narrative Medicine

How Cancer Complicates Relationships (#fiction)

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Grief Story: Daughter recalls her father’s death in the UK

The following is the recollection of a woman in middle age reflecting on her father’s illness and death some years earlier. I’ve heard many people from the UK who express similar gratitude for the NHS. Memory is not my strong … Continue reading

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Patient Story: University Student Faces Surgery in Wuhan, China

I am hoping that Ethics Beyond Compliance can become a place for patients and caregivers to share their stories of medicine, medical research, illness, and loss. The following post is by a university student in Wuhan, China who had to … Continue reading

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