Dr Ranjana Srivastava is a specialist. Specifically, she is an oncologist (cancer doctor).
Naturally, she thought the worst when her mother became ill and started thinking up a series of diagnoses, implications, tests, and treatments. She struggled a little to decide how much would be important and good advocacy for her mom, and how much was "too much" and might do more harm than good.
Her husband, a GP, interrupted and helped Dr. Srivastava's mother decide what to do next - and in doing so, also answered Dr. Srivastava's bigger question:
Why is it so hard to see the value of experienced GPs?
Read the full article in the Guardian to understand her answer.