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What do you do when a colleague has cancer?

This year has brought about change — the theme of񎧡. As it comes to a close and I reflect back, it is so hard to believe what is going on in the world today, let alone just the United States.

In 2017, I graduated from my internal medicine residency training program, passed my board exam and celebrated my one-year wedding anniversary. I helped my family cope with my grandmother’s progressive dementia and supported them as we realized she could no longer live at home. Despite all of these big life events, nothing made me feel the way I felt after I heard that a colleague of mine still finishing residency was diagnosed with an aggressive cancer.

It is the type of information that we are built to process; our first instinct is to look it up and hope it has a good prognosis. The next step is to question the first journal or study we read and find another source that showed a better outcome. It put me in a state of disbelief. We always say life is short, but it is things like this that really bring that point home. I found myself wondering who do I feel so sad? Do I even have the right to feel this way?

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