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The Magic Ingredient

and keep trying to use the ones that do hurt, you'll at least slow up the stiffening process. I've had patients who got back a pretty fair use of joints they'd thought they never would bend again, just by making up their minds to take some punishment. If there were any way I could get over to see this fellow Gray--
"His nurse could wheel him down here in his wheel chair," I said. "Suppose I tell him what you've said-
"He'll never come near me if you do," Porter answered. "He's heard it all before. Just tell him there's another sawbones down here, too sick to get out, who'd be glad of a chance to talk shop."
So I told Gray just that, adding details about the shut windows, the cigarette smoke and the other ways in which Porter was apparently trying his best to die. Gray was as skeptical about the hopelessness of Porter's case as Porter had been about his.
"Porter may be right," he said, "but I'll bet he isn't. A doctor can't help diagnosing his own case-and a sick man is sure to be a pessimistic diagnostician. I've watched good doctors haul down the flag and die, when-if they hadn't known so much about what was the matter with them-they'd have put up a fight and won it. I've an idea that's what's happening to Porter. If there were any way to-"
He stopped. Not once had I seen him smile, but he did then.
"I'll have the nurse wheel me down there tomorrow," he said. "She can't get my chair up the steps, so Porter will have to come out on the porch. That will make him get a couple of hours of sun and clean air." He chuckled. "And he won't be thinking about his symptoms, either-he'll be too busy thinking about mine!"
When I drove by the next day I saw Porter on a cot at the top of the porch steps and Gray in his wheel chair at the foot of them. They were still there when I came back from 18 holes of golf.
The next time I talked to Porter he told me, with something like aliveness in his face and voice, that he'd been right about Gray. He offered to bet me that he'd have Gray out of that wheel chair before I went North in the spring.
When I talked to Gray he chuckled over the way he'd got Porter

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