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Rescue Work

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In my professional life, I am a medical doctor with a PhD. Don’t ask me how I managed—I don’t know how, considering all the emotional and spiritual difficulties I carried with 115 kg (254 lbs) on my body. Perhaps my profession was the only thing I thought I could be good at, so I worked a lot and published many scientific papers. When I came to OA, I stopped writing papers. I already had a busy life and desperately needed to invest in my program. Also, I could not pass my specialist test, and I had already given up on

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