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My version of M*A*S*H

Before you read this, please consider when I was young my sole desire in life was to be a doctor. For family reasons, that didn’t work out, but the medical process doesn’t freak me out and I do like to look on the lighter side where at all possible – it helps retain sanity! 1,157 more words

Our New Life

Plato's cave

There are many arguments against and for the idea that humans have free will. After all, science is a philosophy on the world that bases its knowledge on fundamental assumptions that what we see is what we get. 490 more words


Week 31 Volunteering at the Royal College of Surgeons

I had a shorter day at the College today as I wasn’t feel too great which was annoying. However, I did take photos and updated some on the museum database entries of quite a few specimens before I had to leave. 221 more words

What I've Been Up To

Pathology Website - Great Resource!

I’ve stumbled upon the website www.pathologystudent.com on a couple occasions now via Google search. Although I haven’t used the website extensively yet, it seems like a great resource for learning pathology. 20 more words


The Importance of Continuing Medical Education, at Least in Theory…

Hello again residents. It’s the wee hours of the morning and I am in Chicago O’Hare International Airport waiting for my connecting flight to Columbus, Ohio, where I will serve as an ACCME/AMA monitor for the College of American Pathologists (CAP) at the Ohio Society of Pathologists (OSP) meeting. 653 more words


Oral Lichen Planus: The More We Learn, The Less Sure We Are of What We Know

Lichen planus is a relatively common, chronic skin disease that often involves the oral mucosa. Although the etiology is still unknown, current evidence indicates that this is an immunologically mediated disorder that primarily affects basal and parabasal epithelial cells. 529 more words


Is it worth it?

People are often lost in the strange and ever changing world of health supplements. Who do you listen to? So much information is paid for by big pharma or sponsored research. 245 more words