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Opinion: Resident physicians should have a say in their working conditions

1 month ago   |   By STAT

In Chicago's South Loop, the nightly salutation to health care workers begins at 8 p.m., first with a few flashing lights from old holiday decorations, followed by a cacophony of car horns, boomboxes blaring '90s rock, and metal railings being transformed into percussion sets. There's even a laser light show - a blinding, neon green heart and lovingly yet poorly drawn electrocardiogram projected onto the façade of a high-rise apartment building.
The nightly celebration has become a source of comfort for us, two oncology fellows, as we nervously watch Chicago's daily Covid-19 numbers. As...
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