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Are doctors much more likely to fall sick as a result of their constant exposure to sick patients?

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I would say that the chances/ odds of falling sick and ill are much higher and much greater, if you are a doctor who is regularly exposed to sick/ ill patients.

This is because the viruses/ germs/ and bacteria that are infecting any sick/ ill patients, could be easily transmitted from the sick/ ill patients themselves to the attending doctor themselves.

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asked Jan 12 in Diet and Health by Ronnio (142,130 points)

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+1 vote

Having a doctor and some nurses in my family, I can tell you No.

"Imagine a world where we are all enlightened by objective truths rather than offended by them"

answered Jan 12 by lavender (736,110 points)
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I haven't seen it with my own eyes but at the same time, there aren't many doctors in my family.

"He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life." - Muhammad Ali

answered Jan 12 by king313 (413,910 points)
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ive never known a dr/nurse to ever get sick...it's like they have bionic immune systems or something

answered Jan 12 by mysticfemale12 (1,132,140 points)
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