Restoring the Sacred to Surgery

To a surgeon, it may be just another case. But to the patient, an operation---any operation, even a "minor" one---can be a profound and frightening experience, one that requires a deep level of trust. Judith Petry, MD, describes how her own experience under the knife opened her eyes to the need for greater reverence and respect in the operating room.

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