The Littlest Caregiver
by Melissa Yuan-Innes
When my father was diagnosed with brain cancer, I could handle the hospital. I'm a doctor. I pushed for faster and better treatment. But the actual caretaking? I fumbled.
Luckily, my infant son Max was wiser than me. Here is Max and Dad's story.
This essay will also appear in my book, The Unfeeling Doctor, Unplugged.
"Beautiful...one of your best pieces ever."-Medical Post editor David Hodges