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This is not a ruthless attempt to crush your dreams and passions. This is not an op-ed on our current health care system. This is targeted toward individuals who are considering medical school in order to practice clinical medicine, written by a physician in postgraduate training. Continue reading
Although it often happens, we do not expect to make new life-long friends. But we do expect to work with individuals that are not only focused on becoming well-trained physicians, but also admired colleagues. Continue reading
Although it often happens, we do not expect to make new life-long friends. But we do expect to work with individuals that are not only focused on becoming well-trained physicians, but also admired colleagues. Continue reading
Although it often happens, we do not expect to make new life-long friends. But we do expect to work with individuals that are not only focused on becoming well-trained physicians, but also admired colleagues. Continue reading
Hey, I heard your doctor is a hypochondriac. He is a friend of a friend of mine, so I happen to know this as an unquestionable fact. I thought you should know. Outlandish, you say? Let me explain. Continue reading
Hey, I heard your doctor is a hypochondriac. He is a friend of a friend of mine, so I happen to know this as an unquestionable fact. I thought you should know. Outlandish, you say? Let me explain. Continue reading
Hey, I heard your doctor is a hypochondriac. He is a friend of a friend of mine, so I happen to know this as an unquestionable fact. I thought you should know. Outlandish, you say? Let me explain. Continue reading
As a man who assumes the community role of a health care provider and the personal role of a chronic hypochondriac, the potential for canines in medical care may just be the last straw I need to finally become the dog owner that I never thought I... Continue reading
As a man who assumes the community role of a health care provider and the personal role of a chronic hypochondriac, the potential for canines in medical care may just be the last straw I need to finally become the dog owner that I never thought I... Continue reading
As a man who assumes the community role of a health care provider and the personal role of a chronic hypochondriac, the potential for canines in medical care may just be the last straw I need to finally become the dog owner that I never thought I'd become. Continue reading
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