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On a day set aside to honor doctors, Forbes presents the stories of the men and women who are working day and night across the country fighting against the pandemic. These are their stories
Dr. Paris is an emergency medicine physician, who has been treating COVID-19 patients for more than 3 weeks: "We’re seeing situations where people are sort of okay but then fall off a cliff and deteriorate quickly. We don’t allow visitors now, and I’m finding it very sad."
Dr. Kim is a doctor with the California Department of Corrections. As far as he knows, nobody in his nearly 3,000-person prison has been infected with COVID-19, but it’s impossible to know for certain, given how few test kits the prison has
Dr. Awdish is director of the Pulmonary Hypertension Program at the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit: "We had the really good fortune of being in the middle of the country and seeing what was happening in both New York and Washington State, and having more time to prepare."
Dr. Borneo works for the Alameda Health System at Highland Hospital. She treats patients at all levels of care: "I have been pleasantly surprised by a lot of the proactiveness in the community to come together and try to be helpful."
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