The importance of touch: Joel Fish on life as a burn surgeon
from The Globe and Mail
From Aug. 17:
Joel Fish is the medical director of the Burn Program at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children. My hands are not pretty. They could easily belong to someone who makes sausages for a living, or possibly a construction worker. They are thick and short – a bit like sausages, now that I think about it – and have, for the most part, survived relatively unscathed despite years of martial arts and boxing.
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