Sarah N. Mourra, MD
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Mourra SN. One Thousand and One Nights. Ann Intern Med. 2011;155:475-476. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-155-7-201110040-00012
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 2011;155(7):475-476.
In the beginning, she was the same age, the same height, and the same weight as the young doctor. She had come into the hospital for a broken foot that, somehow in all the commotion, suddenly became leukemia. She wore strange hats and swore she would write a book when all of this was finished.
“I'm going to call it How I Beat Luke and Mia,” she proclaimed one day. She said things like these because she loved making the young doctor laugh, which was more thrilling than talking about her swollen feet and nausea. When her pillow became covered in hair, she declared that she was going to have the only mohawk on the hospital floor. And when the thick mohawk hair finally dropped onto the pillow, she had already moved on.
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