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Not all activities turn out to be useful, although that doesn’t mean they’re not worth it.
- M2s Matt, Chirayu, and Jacob, and PA2 Ariel discuss the premed activities they found most helpful (as opposed to required) now that they’re in medical school.
- A Yale study claims to bring pigs back to (some semblance) of life.
- The gang practice their patient interaction skills by delivering some fake bad news, then following that with fake breakthrough treatments.
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