Familiarity breeds contempt

The good doctor cites Orwell in his weekly BMJ offering:

“In his essay How the Poor Die, published in 1946, George Orwell describes his admission to a hospital in Paris, which he coyly calls Hôpital X, in 1929, when he had pneumonia…”

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