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Our newest co-host has already had a taste of fame.
Abby Fyfe joins the crew this time, along with Aline Sandouk, Jayden Bowen, and Aditi Patel. Turns out, Abby is an old hand at being internet famous, because she was (trigger warning) once run over by a bus. True story. She has since regained her 3-dimensional shape, but did she mine that experience for her med school applications?
But first, listener Tyler wants to know: is your undergrad institution’s reputation an important factor for med school admissions committees? And we got some feedback from Alex, an actual registered dietician, and Blake responds to a recent question from Courtney about raising kids during med school.
Later, Jayden quizzes us: can we guess what these genes do based on their very geeky names?
This Week in Medical News
In light of recent scandals in research and retractions of studies, an article in Molecular Cell proposes a Hippocratic Oath for scientists. And there’s a new opioid possibly coming to market that is 500 times more powerful than morphine.
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