When I was a child, and I was asked the typical question of “What do you want to be when you grow up?” I would so confidently reply saying that I would be a doctor. 1,643 more words
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I recently realized that I had actually never read a textbook like this on this topic. I did get some reading materials back when I got diagnosed so it’s not like I’ve never read anything about the stuff (and there was a lot of verbal information back then as well), but as mentioned I haven’t read a text on the topic. 3,971 more words
As what I have learned from TV shows, blogs, my cousins and my mother, med school is not easy. Even before I entered this expedition, I have already foreseen my fate and I have already imagined the worst; but then again, knowing is different from experiencing. 541 more words
We came accross this article online. Do read and be inspired.
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“When you get cancer, you’ve got no choice. You have to face it. But you do get to control your boundaries and control your attitude.