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Op-Ed: As a doctor, I’m bracing for the possibility my home and hospital worlds may collide during the pandemic

Illustration showing a doctor's coat caught between two worlds.
(Nathan Gray / For The Times)

Gray is an assistant professor of medicine and palliative care at Duke University School of Medicine and an artist who draws comics on medical topics.

A series of nine illustrations by Nathan Gray for his April, 2020 Los Angeles Times op-ed on being a doctor in the time of the coronavirus pandemic. Gray is an assistant professor of medicine and palliative care at Duke University Center and an artist who draws comics on medical topics. (Nathan Gray / For The Times)
A series of nine illustrations by Nathan Gray for his April, 2020 Los Angeles Times op-ed on being a doctor in the time of the coronavirus pandemic. Gray is an assistant professor of medicine and palliative care at Duke University Center and an artist who draws comics on medical topics. (Nathan Gray / For The Times)
A series of nine illustrations by Nathan Gray for his April, 2020 Los Angeles Times op-ed on being a doctor in the time of the coronavirus pandemic. Gray is an assistant professor of medicine and palliative care at Duke University Center and an artist who draws comics on medical topics. (Nathan Gray / For The Times)
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A series of nine illustrations by Nathan Gray for his April, 2020 Los Angeles Times op-ed on being a doctor in the time of the coronavirus pandemic. Gray is an assistant professor of medicine and palliative care at Duke University Center and an artist who draws comics on medical topics. (Nathan Gray / For The Times)
A series of nine illustrations by Nathan Gray for his April, 2020 Los Angeles Times op-ed on being a doctor in the time of the coronavirus pandemic. Gray is an assistant professor of medicine and palliative care at Duke University Center and an artist who draws comics on medical topics. (Nathan Gray / For The Times)
A series of nine illustrations by Nathan Gray for his April, 2020 Los Angeles Times op-ed on being a doctor in the time of the coronavirus pandemic. Gray is an assistant professor of medicine and palliative care at Duke University Center and an artist who draws comics on medical topics. (Nathan Gray / For The Times)
A series of nine illustrations by Nathan Gray for his April, 2020 Los Angeles Times op-ed on being a doctor in the time of the coronavirus pandemic. Gray is an assistant professor of medicine and palliative care at Duke University Center and an artist who draws comics on medical topics. (Nathan Gray / For The Times)
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A series of nine illustrations by Nathan Gray for his April, 2020 Los Angeles Times op-ed on being a doctor in the time of the coronavirus pandemic. Gray is an assistant professor of medicine and palliative care at Duke University Center and an artist who draws comics on medical topics. (Nathan Gray / For The Times)
A series of nine illustrations by Nathan Gray for his April, 2020 Los Angeles Times op-ed on being a doctor in the time of the coronavirus pandemic. Gray is an assistant professor of medicine and palliative care at Duke University Center and an artist who draws comics on medical topics. (Nathan Gray / For The Times)

(Nathan Gray / For The Times)

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