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1. You can contact me by leaving a comment in any of my articles. I do read every comment and will respond if necessary.

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Comments

  1. Hello sir,

    I recently started my own website and was wondering if you have any tips on beginning one and improving it. I was also curious about what you might be making on a monthly basis from the blog. Thank you!

    • Alex Ding says:

      Matt,

      First, produce great content. Give a lotta value.

      Second, build a relationship with others.

      And keep on doing both things for years to come.

      At this point, don’t worry about SEO, design, or whatnot. Those will only sidetrack you.

      As for what I make a month, I’ll keep that secret for now.

  2. Doctorkittykat says:

    Alex, you’re a brave man for leaving medicine. Today, I stumbled across your blog and bought your book in Amazon. I cried after reading the first chapter. You see, I was a sepsis survivor. I almost died of septic shock but I survived. What really killed me is clinical medicine. I decided that I want to live again.

    • Alex Ding says:

      Thanks for the kind words. You are a survivor. You will overcome sepsis. You will overcome medicine. You will overcome whatever other obstacles standing in your future. Keep moving forward and when you reach the end one day, you’ll look back and realize how everything connected. I know it did for me.

  3. Great website! Inspiring & thought provoking! I read that you’re back in residency. Which specialty are you pursuing and how did you choose it?

  4. Guy Takamatsu says:

    Alex,
    I was looking for Alex Ding M.D., You’re a different Alex. I took a look at your comment on college. I think you’re right. There is a problem of people graduating from the university with a pile of debt and no job. The late Dr. Hazard, who retired from San Jose State University in 1983 noticed a decline in writing skills of the students. He told me that the material taught in college was material he learned in Jr. high or Middle school. You may disagree, but it seems as if our schools from K-12 waste your time making you feel good about yourself. Then when you get to college you have to pay to for your education. You now have to take a writing class. Hello what about teaching writing skills earlier instead of giving them self esteem lessons?

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