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I Can Still Help

As I walked through the parking lot, all I could think about was the dire diagnosis I had handed my patient Jimmy: pancreatic cancer. Just then, I noticed an elderly gentleman handing tools to someone working under his stalled car. That someone was Jimmy.

“Jimmy, what are you doing?” I yelled out. Jimmy dusted off his pants. “My cancer didn’t tell me not to help others, Doc,” he said, before waving at the old man to start the car.

The engine roared to life. The old man thanked Jimmy and drove off. Then Jimmy got into his car and took off as well.

Take-home message: Kindness has no limits and no restrictions. –Mohammed Basha, Gainesville, Florida.

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