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I had never been dealt such a difficult blow in my life, until the moment when a dear one was snatched away from me by the grim hand of destiny, death. Two months ago I went …

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Facing the Loss of a Loved One: A Brush with Destiny

November 16, 2017 – 11:53 AM |

I had never been dealt such a difficult blow in my life, until the moment when a dear one was snatched away from me by the grim hand of destiny, death. Two months ago I went …

Helping Patients Cope with Grief: Creating a Niche for Nurses

July 4, 2016 – 5:49 PM |

In the past, nursing students learnt about anatomy and physiology of a system, dealt with an infected toe, a brain with infarcts, a heart with surgeries etc. but nowadays, students are learning about the wholeness …

Springing to Life from the Abyss of Death: Courage is Greater than Cancer

January 12, 2016 – 8:31 PM | 2 Comments

Living with cancer is like a can of worms – looking well ostensibly, but getting destroyed inside the body. Helping and supporting cancer patients to improve their quality of life should be a human concern.
 
Cancer, …

Healing of the Mind: Just as Important as the Healing of the Body

August 18, 2013 – 10:41 PM |

In every person’s life, there are certain factors which contribute towards the creation of their personality. Little things make a man, a distinct person; make him who he is. Similarly, in every doctor’s life, there are …