|A pre-Covid family photo. L to R: Mike, James, Britt (Mike's fiancé), Nancy, Richard, John, Kimber (John's fiancé), and their dog, Mushu|
When I ask my sons about work, I no longer want to hear their answers. John and Mike are General Internal Medicine specialists. Both regularly treat patients with COVID-19. I worry for my sons. But this is nothing new. I’ve been waltzing with worry for decades.
Nancy Figueroa is a writer of nonfiction and fiction, living in Toronto. This piece first appeared in the Blog of the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
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