Doctor's Handwriting

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A doctor's handwriting is classically very sloppy and often implies (correctly) that a doctor, despite years of medical training, is in fact illiterate. A recent study in the New England Journal of Penmanship revealed that 100% of doctors do not know how to write every letter of the alphabet. This explains the widespread occurrence of signatures that look like precursors to the onset of seizures.[1] For this reason, most neurologists recommend continuous EEG monitoring whenever a doctor writes something down.


  1. Nostalgic Pharmacists Yearn for Good ‘Ole Days of Illegible Doctors’ Prescriptions

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