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Now Is the Time to Attend to the Relationships That Matter

Yes, we need to wash our hands. We also need to love out loud.

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Before the Covid-19 pandemic, it was easy to feel disconnected from the experience of serious illness, especially as a young or otherwise well person.

As a palliative care physician, my experience is quite the opposite. Every day I care…




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Alexis Drutchas, MD

Alexis Drutchas, MD

She/her. Palliative Care Physician. Trans Health provider. Writer. Midwesterner at heart.

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