is hard to find, wouldn't you say? Recently, mr. kenju had to have a biopsy. It is a sensitive area for any man; but especially so for one who has not been to a doctor in years. We were recommended to a urologist, hereinafter known as Bob. Bob took the time to get to know mr. kenju; he was very kind, solicitous, gentle and professional. He proffered a pill (to be taken the morning of the test) to relax mr. kenju, as he could see the building stress and anxiety.
Some of that anxiety came from well-meaning friends and relatives who felt compelled to share their horror stories about similar tests (why do people do that??) Long story short (which, as you know, is hard for me), mr. kenju flew through it with flying colors; experiencing no pain to speak of and little discomfort later. He then recommended two of his friends with similar symptoms to go to the same doctor. They were pleased with his service and attention.
Imagine our surprise when being told that this wonderful doctor was being let go from his university-run practice. The reasons given (and we cannot confirm them yet) were that (a. he doesn't bring enough patients into the system and (b. he spends too much time with his patients. Do those sound like a negatives to you? They sure don't to me.
My suggestion to mr. kenju was that he and his two friends ought to write a letter to that university system, telling of their experiences with this doctor and asking them to reconsider letting him go. Can you think of anything else we should do?