AFP DEPARTMENT COLLECTION

Close-ups

Close-Ups focus on the personal side of medicine. A patient's story, told in his or her own words, is accompanied by commentary from the patient's physician and resources to help physicians and patients. The goal is to keep the focus on the person, not just the illness, and the nuances of the doctor-patient relationship.

Aug 1, 2009 Issue
Doctor-Patient Duet
The personal side of medicine told from the patient's perspective. The patient's story is followed by commentary from a physician and a list of resources.


Jun 1, 2009 Issue
What My Brother Knew
The personal side of medicine told from the patient's perspective. The patient's story is followed by commentary from a physician and a list of resources.


Apr 1, 2009 Issue
Listening for Signals
The personal side of medicine told from the patient's perspective. The patient's story is followed by commentary from a physician and a list of resources.


Feb 15, 2009 Issue
A Battle to Overcome "Diabulimia"
The personal side of medicine told from the patient's perspective. The patient's story is followed by commentary from a physician and a list of resources.


Dec 15, 2008 Issue
Sidelined by Cancer
The personal side of medicine told from the patient's perspective. The patient's story is followed by commentary from a physician and a list of resources.


Nov 15, 2008 Issue
Something That Amazes You
The personal side of medicine told from the patient's perspective. The patient's story is followed by commentary from a physician and a list of resources.


Oct 15, 2008 Issue
Without Judgment
The personal side of medicine told from the patient's perspective. The patient's story is followed by commentary from a physician and a list of resources.


Sep 15, 2008 Issue
A Thank You to My Wife
The personal side of medicine told from the patient's perspective. The patient's story is followed by commentary from a physician and a list of resources.


Aug 15, 2008 Issue
The Unexpected When Expecting
The personal side of medicine told from the patient's perspective. The patient's story is followed by commentary from a physician and a list of resources.


Jul 15, 2008 Issue
Survivor: What Does it Mean to be Cured?
The personal side of medicine told from the patient's perspective. The patient's story is followed by commentary from a physician and a list of resources.


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