"As an oncologist treating dying patients, I’m still frustrated with the new level of treatments we have at this point. However, some of the new treatments have proven successful and I think we’re on the brink of many new discoveries."
"My involvement with Operation Access allows me to be not just a surgeon, but to be a doctor."
"The outcome measure that’s most meaningful to me is how well we do with keeping our members from getting cervical cancer — one of the very few preventable forms of cancer."
"After a lot of late-night programming, it’s very rewarding to have created something that has proved valuable to both my colleagues and our members."
"Everyone wants to measure success in terms of numbers of patients served. But I prefer to look at whether the people we served walked away delighted and encourages with the kindness and dignity with which we provided care."