Thornton Wilder and The Angel That Troubled the Waters: A Plea for Physician Healing
Thank you to both the editorial staff and reviewers at JGIM for their input throughout the revision process, as well as The Wilder Family LLC for granting us permission to use an excerpt from Thornton Wilder’s play The Angel That Troubled the Waters.
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