Doctors Differ - Poem by Francis Duggan
Doctor differ and patients die
In some cases not a lie
The side effects of prescribed drugs known to make people ill
And in some cases even kill.
Yet in many cases doctors save many from an early grave
Lives they have been known to save
And for their few failures them one can forgive
Since mostly due to doctors patients live.
Just the same as me and you
Doctors differ of course they do
You will not find two who on everything agree
That's how it is and will always be.
Of doctors it is often said
That their biggest mistakes are dead
And doctors themselves die one day
Such is life as some do say.
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