Doctors dare to harm to heal.
To heal a cell it takes a city.
Patients point; doctors anoint.
The doctors finesse is partially guess.
To set a bone is half-aware, to sooth the soul — fully there.
The very first to do no harm is the first to not alarm.
Good doctors make poor patients; good patients, poor doctors.
The best knowing includes knowing what we don’t know.
A doctor away keeps contagion at bay.
Good doctors advance toward disease and retreat from themselves.
A doctor has a house; a fee has an etiology.
Symptoms conceal sources.
As study goes before a license, so a question goes before an answer.
A doctor mends, death grins, God wins.