• Vol. 36 No. 3, 221–224
  • 15 March 2007

Grey Scrubs: Medical Dramas

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As with every Chinese New Year, reunion dinners await and it always seems that relatives will corner you with the most inane questions, until they remember your profession that is, after which they launch into the same tired dogmatic line of questioning: “So how’s your doctor job? Save lives or not? How many lives you save today? Got do operation or not? Can get me Viagra, cheap or not? You know, I have this weird rash…”

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