Medicine bridges the gap that exists between our society and the world of science. However, it is more than the sum of our knowledge about disease. Medicine concerns the experiences, feelings, and interpretations of human beings in often extraordinary moments of fear, anxiety, and doubt. However, the exercise of medical professionalism is hampered by the political and cultural environment of health, which many doctors consider disabling. The doctor character has undergone significant changes, evolving from caring but infallible supermen with smoldering good looks and impeccable bedside manners to drug-addicted, sex-obsessed antiheroes. The line between Physicians and other healthcare professionals has become blurred. Those with little to no knowledge of the complexity of the human body and disease, are given equal rights as physicians to provide health to the general population, not in the name of true health for people, but the ease at which they can maximize their profits, while all along convincing the masses that it is appropriate to do so. This podcast series will not focus on the mountain of knowledge physicians must internalize to provide health, but rather the challenges physicians undergo to have the privilege to be able to provide care. It will relay to you that physicians aren’t ordinary people, but rather extraordinary, whose abilities, unfortunately, have become lost in this macrocosm of what health has become today.