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Letters to the Editor

If Buddha Were in Treatment

Anthony Green, MD

Published: July 16, 2007

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Sir: This letter is in response to "The Death of a Buddha" (A PSYCHIATRIST’ S DIARY, October 2006).1 Shyam K. Bhat, M.D., wrote a very thought-provoking column that I enjoyed. I noticed that he is from the Department of Internal Medicine at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, so I am not sure if his perspective is as a psychiatrist or internist.’ ‹


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