This is not an easy time to be a doctor. To care for patients, we must wear N-95 masks, welder’s helmets, gowns, and several sets of gloves—and for the first few months of the pandemic, we didn’t have enough. As a result, surgeries, biopsies, mammograms, and other critical health care procedures and consults were delayed. Heart attacks, strokes, and cancer have persisted, but have fallen under the shadow of COVID-19.