When first we moved to an office in a bohemian section of town, my marketing efforts were as naive as they were enthusiastic.  I walked into every shop in the neighborhood to introduce myself as a physician and psychiatrist who had recently moved in, and did some innovative things.

I especially remember my visit to a salon, where the customers, all male, (I said it was a bohemian section) told me about various troubles with their physical appearance; hardly my specialty, but I am open to doing what I can do in many context.

As soon as I returned to my office, I got a phone call asking if I could do a wart removal, and how quickly.  I declined. I cannot be all things to all people. Read more on Warts And All…

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