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Doctor In The House (1946)

`That's a packet, all right,' his neighbour admitted grudgingly.
`And I 'eard 'im say I've got a positive Wasserman, too!' he added in triumph.
" Ave you 'ad any operations?' inquired a thin woman on the other side of him in a voice rich with misery.
`Not to date, touch wood, I 'aven't.' The woman gave a loud sigh.
`I wish as I could say the same,' she remarked, shaking her head sadly.
" Ow many 'ave you 'ad, missus?' asked the patient, anxious over his own record.
`Fifteen,' she told him, in tones of exquisite martyrdom. 'Coo! I'm glad I haven't got your complaint.'
`That's the trouble. They don't know wot's wrong with me. The last time they took out my colon. The doctor said it was the worst they'd ever had in the hospital. Took them four and a half hours, it did. Then they 'ad to leave some of it behind. I'm lucky to be here now, if you ask me.'
`Must have been a bad do,' the patient said, respectful of such exuberant pathology.
`Bad do ! I was left to die four times!'
" Oo's your doctor, missus?' .
`Mr Cambridge. Wot a lovely man! 'He's got such soft hands.'
I soon discovered another peculiarity of out-patient work.
In the wards the patients are all ill : in out-patients' they are nearly all healthy. Men and women with organic disease formed a small fraction of the hundreds who came past the fat porter at the door every day. Most of them complained of vague aches and pains that they had been trotting up to the surgeries of their own doctors for several months, and

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