Monthly Archives: January 2011

Last Lectures

One of our professors at University Medical School died recently. One of his sons is a classmate in the Medical School and the other is an undergraduate at University College. His wife has an extremely serious, often fatal, disease. He … Continue reading

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Snow Days

I’m grateful to the course director of our differential diagnosis  course for giving us this snow day off. The dogs are at my girlfriend’s parents house, I don’t have to shovel my driveway, and I feel strangely good about all … Continue reading

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Keeping the Faith

I was thinking a lot today about what “the story” of medical school would be about. Many such stories have been written – for some reason, the ‘inside scoop’ on medicine, physicians and medical students fascinates the general public more … Continue reading

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