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  1. logitarian
    October 1, 2018 @ 1:33 pm

    Everyone loses in the long run of this scenario.

    Surgeon B may in the short-term benefit from the extra practice time, but at what cost? Surgeon A is robbed of her chance to further refine her skills, and the patients receive less expertise than what is actually available.

    Ultimately, even even Surgeon B may not benefit, as he ultimately finds himself in a position unwarranted by his own merit. The extra time and other artificial crutches during his career may elevate him to an untenable place where his talents may not naturally have taken him, possibly resulting in critical errors from judgment clouded with anxiety and driven by ego.


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