Doctors

Doctors

Doctor or The Doctor may refer to:

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The Doctors (2008 TV Series)
... The Doctors (alternatively The Drs as seen on logo bugs and background graphics) is an American syndicated talk show airing daily in the U.S ... In late August 2012, The Doctors was renewed through the 2015-2016 season ...
Doctors - People With The Nickname
... Grace (1848–1915), English cricketer Doctor Khumalo (born 1967), South African footballer Lindsay McDougall, Australian radio host Valentino Rossi (born 1979), Italian ...
Standing Committee Of European Doctors
... The Standing Committee of European Doctors (CPME) is a medical organization representing all medical doctors in the European Union ...
The Bold Ones: The New Doctors
... The Bold Ones The New Doctors (also known as The New Doctors) is an American medical drama that lasted for four seasons on NBC, from 1969 to 1973 ...
Benzodiazepine Dependence - Misuse and Addiction
... A survey in Senegal of doctors found that many doctors feel that their training and knowledge of benzodiazepines is, in general, poor a study in Dakar found that almost one-fifth of doctors ignored ... More training regarding benzodiazepines has been recommended for doctors ...

Famous quotes containing the word doctors:

    Taking men into the union is just the kindergarten of their education and every force is against their further education. Men who live up those lonely creeks have only the mine owners’ Y.M.C.As, the mine owners’ preachers and teachers, the mine owners’ doctors and newspapers to look to for their ideas. So they don’t get many.
    Mother Jones (1830–1930)

    One of the fundamental reasons why so many doctors become cynical and disillusioned is precisely because, when the abstract idealism has worn thin, they are uncertain about the value of the actual lives of the patients they are treating. This is not because they are callous or personally inhuman: it is because they live in and accept a society which is incapable of knowing what a human life is worth.
    John Berger (b. 1926)

    The general public is easy. You don’t have to answer to anyone; and as long as you follow the rules of your profession, you needn’t worry about the consequences. But the problem with the powerful and rich is that when they are sick, they really want their doctors to cure them.
    Molière [Jean Baptiste Poquelin] (1622–1673)