Waves

A trip from Kingston to Toronto has a finite beginning and end. Even a longer journey from Jamaica to Sri Lanka or Australia, which has stops along the way,  still has a start and finish. There is only so long that you have to put up with the inconvenience and discomfort of airport security, the …

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A Patient’s Dream

This week I did a house call for a ninety year old gentleman who was one of my first patients at the start of my foray into private practice.  Thirteen years ago, when I first met Mr.B, he was a tall big-boned man, who carried himself like a soldier, with immaculately pressed clothes, and clean …

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Moving towards the light

In late 2014, I got a call from a lady who had heard from her former neighbour that I did house calls. The lady told me that her husband had suffered a stroke about a year and half ago, and was bedridden since then. He was due to for a doctor's visit, and a new …

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