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Doctor-patient relationship: Physicians' brain scans indicate doctors can feel their patients' pain -- and their relief

In a novel investigation in which physicians underwent brain scans while they believed they were actually treating patients, researchers have provided the first scientific evidence indicating that doctors truly can feel their patients' pain -- and can also experience their relief following treatment.
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