Su valor en la clínica y su falta de valoración en la práctica (por Dr. Ernesto Gil Deza) | 14 DIC 15

La palabra médica

Para nosotros, los médicos, la comunicación es una herramienta y la mayoría de lo que aprendimos acerca de ella se la debemos a la generosidad de nuestros maestros, a la bonhomía de nuestros pacientes y a la sabiduría de quienes han estudiado este tema con mayor profundidad y rigurosidad.
Autor/a: Dr. Ernesto Gil Deza Instituto Oncológico Henry Moore Buenos Aires - Argentina 
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