I was that baby doctor who aspired towards the most unknown and unknowable.
It’s about saving a life.
Maybe if I grow enough brain cells each day, I will have enough by the end of the year to form an actual brain.
Whoever said high school were the best years of your life didn’t go through med school.
I miss these days already.
Third-year medical school is a whirlwind. Blink and you’ll miss it.
Anyone can work to create a better health system. #UnitedForHealth!
Every year, medical school gets tougher and tougher (don’t let anyone tell you otherwise).
Ann Patchett calls this book “a universal donor –I would recommend it to anyone, everyone”. I agree.
More room for regrets. Give me your thoughts, as I seem to have none.