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Voices that count

A couple of months ago, I started to get irritated with Facebook. {I blame the preggie hormones} About a week ago,I decided to leave Facebook for awhile, just until I am more my usual self. 1,240 more words


6 Month Anniversary

Today is officially my 6 month anniversary since I left home in October. I have to say, that time flies. When I look back at myself when I arrived, it`s hard to believe that was only 6 months ago. 1,454 more words

Jess Potter and Will Ricketts featured in Thorax for work on TB drug monographs

In this month’s Thorax, North East Thames trainees are once again prominent, with an open access article onĀ guidance for adverse effect monitoring in multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB). 152 more words


This is Tajikistan...it's different

This week was a week of weather extremes. It started out on Sunday with a day of snow, sleet, and wet. Later on this week we then had sun, 17 degrees, and warmth. 1,687 more words

Doctors Without Borders reports rise in new multidrug-resistant TB cases

11:47a.m. pst By Alexis Footman

Tuberculosis (TB) has held onto its stigma in countries like the United States where a TB test has pretty much become a standard job requirement. 231 more words

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Getting Into Routines

Another week and winter has finally arrived. I didn’t think it would happen, especially after a stretch of weather that went as high as 16 degrees. 776 more words

Patient updates, 5D movies, and a mantu lesson

Another Monday, another blog. I’m not entirely sure where to start here. I feel like there is so much of Tajikistan in my head and it’s impossible to get it down in a blog post. 1,709 more words