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“The stars can change in their courses, the universe go up in flames, and the world crash around us, but there will always be Donald Duck.”
“All good doctors must primarily be enthusiasts.  They must, like writers and painters and priests, have a sense of vocation, a deep-rooted, unsentimental desire to do good.”
“Why shouldn’t you talk shop?  It’s what interests you most, isn’t it?”

“It's awfully easy to lie when you know that you're trusted implicitly. So very easy, and so very degrading.”
“Most good doctors, especially when they are young, have private dreams.  That’s the best part of them.”
“I believe we would all behave quite differently if we lived in a warm, sunny climate all the time.  We wouldn’t be so withdrawn and shy and difficult.”
“There should be a society for the prevention of cruelty to musical instruments.”
“This can't last. This misery can't last.  I must remember that and try to control myself.  Nothing lasts really. Neither happiness nor despair.  Not even life lasts very long.  There'll come a time in the future when I shan’t mind about this anymore, when I can look back and say quite peacefully and cheerfully how silly I was.”
“Preventative medicine hasn’t anything to do with medicine at all.  It’s concerned with conditions – living conditions, hygiene, and common sense.”
“One way of preventing disease is worth fifty ways of curing it.”
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