By Trisha Torrey, About.com
The doctors who are willing to talk about patients and empowerment are usually quite open and forthcoming about their own experiences, good and bad. But few (if any) are willing to discuss their colleagues who don't treat patients well, who are disrespectful, or arrogant, or who just aren't doing their jobs.
When the point is raised, they either deny those bad doctors exist, they brush aside the conversation, or they make sure to mention the "few bad apples" and move on.
But guess what, doctors.... your numbers of bad apples have begun to rot the rest of your barrel.
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