There’s a reason it takes people close to a decade to become a doctor. The will, strength, depth, and shear talent it takes to learn and understand the human body is mind-boggling.
And when other people’s lives are on the line, it’s up to the doctors and nurses and medical professionals to use that knowledge and keep our asses healthy and alive — which is no easy task.
So when the going gets tough, and people come into the emergency room with gaping wounds or kids get diagnosed with inoperable tumors — we lean on doctors to help us through. But where do doctor’s turn when the weight of death and despair becomes too much?