3 FOR 3

 

Questioner:

Jonathan Prenner, MD

Respondents:

David Boyer, MD

K. Bailey Freund, MD

Allen C. Ho, MD


1. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE WORK OF FICTION?

David Boyer, MD: Television series Cheers

K. Bailey Freund, MD: Le Grand Bleu. Luc Besson’s best film: a visual masterpiece. Éric Serra’s music is haunting.

Allen C. Ho, MD: A recent favorite, particularly as a Philadelphian, is Silver Lining Playbook. Otherwise, I might have to say The Flintstones. It would be Game of Thrones, but see the answer to question 2.

2. WHAT IS YOUR BIGGEST SHORTCOMING?

David Boyer, MD: Trouble saying “no”

K. Bailey Freund, MD: Love to collect magical apparatus ... lousy magician

Allen C. Ho, MD: Working too much

3. WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO YOUR 30-YEAR-OLD SELF?

David Boyer, MD: Can’t remember that far back. Treat each patient as if they were a member of your family.

K. Bailey Freund, MD: Buy Bordeaux futures.

Allen C. Ho, MD: Think differently, and remember that there are only rare truths in science, medical dogma certainly included.

 

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