How Empathy Lead to Healing: Stanford Pairs Medical Students With Cancer Patients

Published Apr 15, 2020

How Empathy Lead to Healing: Stanford Pairs Medical Students With Cancer Patients

This medical school student and skin-cancer survivor forged a bond that lasted long after the class ended. It's the product a remarkable new program at Stanford.

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