Unformatted text preview: be spoken, I will keep in confidence; T hat into whatever house I shall enter, it shall be for the good of the sick; T hat I will maintain this sacred trust, holding myself far aloof from wrong, from corrupting, from the tempting of others to vice; T hat above all else I will serve the highest interests of my patients through the practice of my science and my art; T hat I will be an advocate for patients in need and strive for justice in the care of the sick. I now turn to my calling, promising to preserve its finest traditions, with the reward of a long experience in the joy of healing. I make this vow freely and upon my honor. ©Copyright 2005. Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY....
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- Physician, Cornell University, Hippocratic oath, lifelong learning, profession of medicine