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Author: John Kenyon, CNA | September 12, 2010

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September 26, 2010 12:57 PM
John Kenyon, CNA's avatar

Dear Dr. Jagesh,

Thank you for your kind comments! My goal was to cast some light on the issue without being judgemental. I’m glad to see I appear to have succeeded. Thanks again.

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September 19, 2010 09:05 PM
M. Jagesh Kamath, M.D.'s avatar

Dear Sir,You have indeed highlighted the pressing need for clarity laced with warmth in our interactions. Well done!

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September 19, 2010 08:05 PM
John Kenyon, CNA's avatar

Dear Dr. Kamath,
Thank you so very much for your comment and insights. Your input is greatly valued. Hopefully this post shines a little light on how the problem of doctor-patient communication might be facilitated. Hopefully patients can also be encouraged to voice lingering questions and doubts instead of carrying them with them til the problem recurs. Again, many thanks.

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September 16, 2010 01:41 AM
M. Aroon Kamath, M.D.'s avatar

Dear Sir,
Using the example of the “Benign” ventricular rhythms, through this blog, you have brought to the limelight the seemingly “Malignant” malady of a relentlessly deteriorating ‘doctor-patient communication’ skills, despite the so-called “recent advances” and “state-of-the-art” services on offer.Thank you for this very thought-provoking blog.

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