Final Rotation

Tomorrow will mark the first day of my final clinical rotation of medical school. As I’m sitting here typing this, I can’t help but feel a strong sense of awe and wonder about how far I’ve come in my medical education. After spending so much time regarding the end of my fourth-year as a time […]

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The Waiting Game Begins…

Welp, there goes another week. It pretty much flew by just as fast as the previous week did, and I don’t know how to feel about that. I’m loving my time in fourth-year right now and as they always say, times flies when you’re having fun. I don’t really want the rest of this year […]

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The Impact of A Decision

I must say, this week flew by pretty fast…I legit feel like I just finished typing up last week’s post. ๐Ÿ˜… The completion of this week marks the halfway point in my current rotation, which means that I’m a week closer to Match Day as well as to graduation! People always say that this time […]

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A Different Angle

I’m only a week into my Immigrant Health/Public Health elective and I already love it! This unique rotation has been unlike any other I’ve had in medical school thus far. While I’ve been able to spend some time in clinics with various patients afflicted with conditions like HIV and Hepatitis, I’ve also gotten the chance […]

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