HAVING GOOD JUDGMENT, AND KNOWING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RIGHT AND WRONG, DOES NOT NECESSARILY MEAN THAT WE WANT TO, OR WILL, FOLLOW OUR BEST JUDGMENT, OR DO WHAT IS RIGHT. THERE ARE ALWAYS OPPORTUNITY COSTS, AND CONSEQUENCES TO ANY OF THE PATHS THAT WE MAY FOLLOW.

Charles Tadros, M.D. May 24, 2022 Saint Louis, Missouri

JUST BECAUSE SOMETHING IS NEEDED, IS NEW, GENERATES GREAT BUZZ, AND IS THE MOST TECHNOLOGY ADVANCED, DOES NOT AUTOMATICALLY MAKE IT THE BEST, OR EVEN THE RIGHT, ANSWER FOR OUR PROBLEMS.

Charles Tadros, M.D. September 13, 2021 Saint Louis, Missouri

COMING TO DEFINITIVE CONCLUSIONS AFTER “DOING RESEARCH” DOES NOT MAKE US AN EXPERT, AND IT DOES NOT MAKE US RIGHT. WHAT OUR INTELLECTUAL LABOR QUALIFIES US TO DO IS TO BETTER UNDERSTAND JARGON, TO ASK BETTER QUESTIONS, TO THINK MORE CRITICALLY, TO UNDERSTAND ANSWERS AND OPINIONS MORE EASILY, AND, MOST IMPORTANTLY, TO ASK EVEN BETTER FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONS.

Charles Tadros, M.D. August 6, 2021 Saint Louis, Missouri

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