May 14, 2014 - What about Dr X and my Destiny! I was still looking for a big case where I would make a difference
Feb 15, 2014 - To think that Dr X would just be cruising, carefree, around the Gulf and the Caribbean betrayed a profound ignorance of the seriousness of the job I had signed onto
Oct 2, 2013 - Once in a while when Dr X has been at sea too long he has been known to suffer from flashbacks, although some insist they may be hallucinations from all those past night shifts. This incident happened toward the end of his career
Aug 15, 2013 - Why does the misery and misfortune of others, people we don't even know, affect Dr X so much? Perhaps it's part of what makes us social animals. We share. Sometimes food, sometimes information, our gossip, sometimes just our company
Jul 9, 2013 - The common perception is that Dr X and the nurses sit around and relax most of the time. So what’s it like? I’ve heard many a time. I mean on the boat. Do you just sit in the Medical Center and relax? Flirt with the nurses?
Jun 10, 2013 - It's not uncommon for Dr X to come across refugees in boats trying to escape political oppression and lack of opportunity. Few things are as poignant as watching their tiny, rickety boats being tossed about the ocean
Apr 29, 2013 - You never know who you are going to meet on a cruise. There are sick people and then there are the Barons who are driven to mime disease and trick doctors. Have you ever met one? Dr X has. Then again, you probably have one in your family
Apr 8, 2013 - You're a true cruiser like Dr X if you don't get seasick, don't fall overboard or get lost and can live without the essential necessities of modern life for up to two weeks, Netflix and Starbucks