Quote From MLK Jr

“A negro intern blurted out to me shortly after his patient died, ‘I wish I were not so well trained because then I never know how many of these people need not die for lack of proper equipment, adequate post-operative care and timely admission.  I’m not practicing good medicine.  I’m presiding over tragedies which the absence of good medicine creates’.”

MLK Jr, 1961

January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968

Martin Luther King Jr

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