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JERRY REMY AND DEPRESSION

Spending time in a patient’s shoes

August 26, 2009

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JERRY REMY is my hero. I was a busy otolaryngologist for 16 years when I developed a rare, life-threatening auto-immune disease that caused me to be out of work for 16 months. During that ordeal, I developed depression that continued even after I returned to work and “got my life back.’’ (Full article: 225 words)

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