Physician whose parents survived Holocaust gratified to treat veterans

Michael Rauchman, MD, is Canadian, but his mother and father raised him to honor America, too. As a child, he learned that the U.S. military had played a key role in the defeat of Nazi Germany during World War II, allowing Rauchman’s Jewish parents to survive the Holocaust. Both had been imprisoned in concentration and […]

Physician’s call to action: Compassionate medicine

HUY MACH Barbara Lutey, MD, an assistant professor in the Division of Medical Education at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, takes myriad aspects of people’s lives into consideration when treating them, including any roadblocks to good health they may face. A nearly empty refrigerator taught Barbara Lutey, MD, one of her most important […]