Cliff Lee's hard-won perspective
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Dr. Robert Saylors had been on call all weekend and was working on three days of no rest at Arkansas Children's Hospital on a Monday last November when nurse Catherine Redinger told him a family needed a few minutes with him. They didn't have an appointment.
Saylors, a pediatric oncologist and hematologist who treats kids with grave illnesses like leukemia and hemophilia, was seeing three new patients that morning and wasn't inclined to disrupt his schedule. He sent ...
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