Pope Francis on September 11, 2020, stressed the importance of human relationships in caring for the sick, refusing to allow financial concerns to dominate healthcare.

The HolyFather’s comments came in an address to participants in the annual global meeting of the International Gynecologic Cancer Society (IGCS), which is being held online from September 10-13.

“Every patient is a person and, as such, is defined by much more than his or her clinical data,” the Pope said. “When a sick person senses that he or she is being treated as a unique person – and you can surely confirm this from your experience – the result is greater confidence in the medical team and greater hope for a positive outcome.

Praise the Lord

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