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To stop doctors ending their lives, we need to hear from those suffering | Ranjana Srivastava

The revelation that four junior doctors have taken their own lives in recent months obliges us to look at why doctors with mental illnesses don’t speak up The ceilings soar impressively high, the stained glass windows are exquisite, and the satin-adorned pews stretch majestically to the dignified altar. Amid the silence punctuated by the barest of sobs, I spot doctors whom I have long lost track of.
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