dascoyne
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dascoyne

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    1. jewc75
      jewc75
      Pm's are full doc.
    2. alloy6ix
      alloy6ix
      Will do! :thumb:
    3. alloy6ix
      alloy6ix
      Wow, that's incredibly impressive! I had met with the admissions director for Brown a few years back, but I chose to stay local since there was absolutely no way myself, parents or loans could have gotten me through financially. :/ Thanks alot man, I really appreaciate it! I'm registering for fall as we speak and since I made Dean's list, I was able to register way back in April, however, I forgot I needed to add a kinesiology class or else I can't graduate on time!
    4. alloy6ix
      alloy6ix
      I couldn't agree more, that's why I'd rather deal with patients more in depth than just family practice bceause while they'll treat/see common things like sore throats and sprained ankles, and prescribe meds, which is great and all, but like you said, when there is a serious problem, there is rarely a chance they treat the patient in house, they are almost always refered to an outpatient site or other specialty clinic. And BTW, that's amazing that you're an internal medicine physician! If you don't mind, when the time comes I'd like to be able to ask you some questions about the MCAT, GRE, residency and other things like that, I just don't want to become bothersome or anything. lol.
    5. alloy6ix
      alloy6ix
      LMAO! My gf's ex's dad is a is in family practitice and I told her the funniest thing ever was that her ex's dad touched my balls (for a physical) before she did.. HAHA!

      And I'm going for orthopedics/physical therapy. I got really into it when I broke my leg three years ago. Going through the care, treatment, and recovery process, plus the computer programs and machines I used during some shadowing/intern work I did the year before I broke it was amazing. This may sound lame, but do you know of any medical forums? lol.
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