Marshall Winthrop: You worked so hard to distance yourself from me and... what is it you used to call it? Greed and...
Conrad Hawkins: Questionable ethics.
Marshall Winthrop: Look at the industry you work in.
Conrad Hawkins: I help sick people. And while I'm at it, I fight corruption and train doctors to do the same. I don't capitalize off of people's misfortune. That's the difference between us.
Randolph Bell: The legendary composer was unrefined, undisciplined until along came Joseph Haydn. And Haydn challenged Mozart, whom he knew to possess a brilliant mind. He pushed him to the brink of madness before pulling him back, masterfully guiding his young protégé to greatness. I do the same thing... in the name of saving lives. Why? Because it's my duty to train the next generation of elite surgeons. And on this day, the one in question, I pushed Dr. Okafor to exceed my expectations. And, sadly, on this day, she simply wasn't ready. Complications are something we all try strenuously to foresee, but on those rare days when Murphy's Law brings its full weight to bear, tragedies do occur. This series of events simply could not have been predicted.