November 2007

 Dr. Thomas Smyth, with his three sons. When he 
fell ill, “I wanted to be in control. Not in a mean way, but I wanted to know what was 
going on.”Photo by Bryan Burris
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When Doctors Get Sick
What happens when physicians fall ill? Here are three local doctors who ended up on the other side of the examination table.
 Dr. Thomas Smyth, with his three sons. When he 
fell ill, “I wanted to be in control. Not in a mean way, but I wanted to know what was 
going on.”Photo by Bryan Burris
Health & Wellness
When Doctors Get Sick
What happens when physicians fall ill? Here are three local doctors who ended up on the other side of the examination table.

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