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    The Doctor

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    Doctor who is a long running sci-fi tv series that started in 1963. Ever since the concept of the doctor, the main chaRACTER of the show, been able to regenerate, many fans of the show have had many discussion as to which doctor has the best or more diverse personality. Before diving into this discussion we need to know a few things. One, the show doctor who is about an alien from the planet gallifrey, The Doctor, he travels around time and Space in his time machine call The Tardis.Second, thing

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    A Doctor In The House

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    A Doctor in the House Henrik Ibsen's character, Dr. Rank, in "A Doll's House" is an important component of the play, though he is not a lead character. Rank enhances the story in his own right as a character, but mainly serves a greater purpose as an accentuation of Nora'a character. Nora's relationship with Rank is equal, and perhaps it implants in Nora's mind the idea that relationships should be equal. Their relationship brings up questions about social correctness and even the values necessary

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    Becoming A Doctor

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    Becoming A Doctor A doctor is someone who can help someone else in need. There are many types of doctors, ranging from general pediatricians to specialists. They are respected people and are looked to when something is wrong. Everyone needs a doctor at some point, so doctors are very much in demand. I am interested in this career because I like to help people. Also, it pays well so I can live off the salary. Another reason is because many of my relatives are doctors, nurses, or dentists. Even though

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    Doctors and lying

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    Should doctors tell the truth to their patients? How much information should the patient know about a certain ill or operation? These controversial questions are asked more frequently in our society. Patients nowadays,. are very sensitive to certain diseases more than before. This paper argues against telling the truth in doctor-patient relationship. Not by defending the idea directly but, by presenting first how truth can be harmful to the patient and by giving Higgs’ objection to it, then by

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    Doctor Who communicates the story of a mysterious character named the Doctor. He is a time lord—not human. He is an alien who has assumed the body of a human and is capable of traveling in time. The majority of his actions are salvific and sacrificial with the end result being people saved from their oppressors. He always has a companion to accompany him on his journeys and they travel to many places. All time lords have the innate ability to regenerate if they die. However, they will end up taking

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    The 10th Doctor: Doctor Who?

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    forms of entertainment. One television show by the name of Doctor Who has grabbed the attention of Syfy lovers everywhere. There are many great characters that come and go, but one is constant and his name is the Doctor. The 10th Doctor is recognized as the favorite Doctor not only for his unique personality and appearance, but his adventures with his companions and his odd equipment as well. The 10th Doctor was regenerated from the 9th Doctor. It changes his appearance and personality, but his wisdom

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    Becoming a Doctor

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    Becoming a Doctor Many people think that becoming a doctor is difficult. Others have some sense that becoming a physician takes many years and is expensive. Most people realize that being a physician is difficult yet rewarding. All these people are correct. Becoming a physician is a long, arduous, expensive process that can only be accomplished with great dedication. Before starting the process of becoming a physician (or any profession) you must do some honest soul searching. First of all

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    Doctors? Listening Skills

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    Doctors’ Listening Skills When people go to the doctor’s office they want the doctor to listen. Competency and a correct diagnosis are appreciated too, but more than anything, patients value doctors’ silence (Richards, 1407). In addition, patients want “more and better information about their problem and the outcome, more openness about the side effects of treatment, relief of pain and emotional distress, and advice on what they can do for themselves” (Meryn, 1922). Doctors’ technical role is in

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    Tattoos and Piercings on Doctors

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    When imagining a doctor many see a man or a woman in a blue or white outfit usually with healthy skin. Most, however, would not imagine a doctor adorned with tattoos or piercings but those kinds of doctors are out there. As long as a doctor can do their job right then piercings, or no piercings, and tattoos, or no tattoos, shouldn’t matter. Although some people have concerns about the quality of medical care about doctors with tattoos and piercings, they should not be discriminated against because

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    Doctor Who

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    watching the British television show “Doctor Who” that is all possible, well maybe not the living for 1,500 years. “Doctor Who” has had a huge and ever growing following since its debut in 1963. Some people have known the show since its debut, but the entire show has seen a huge increase in interest since its revamp in 2005. “Doctor Who” started in 1963 but it was originally started as an educational show for children (BBC) The first actor to play the role of the doctor was William Hartnell, who was the

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