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    Breast Cancer speaker

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    What did you guys think of the speaker for the genetics class?

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    Can you fill us in...what happened?

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    She spoke very well. Although her stroy is unfrotunate it is fairly common. It comes to show you what is really important in life. Remind yourself about this the next time you have a "minor" setback.

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    you guys have actual patient interactions in maine? WOW that is great!!!!! I wish we were able to apply what we learn in the books to the clinical setting through the "use" of actual patients. This is not to knock SGU but we dont have that.

    smu is definitely doing a great service to its students by providing 1st hand experiences of certain conditions, and in this case a very common one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happydoc66
    you guys have actual patient interactions in maine? WOW that is great!!!!! I wish we were able to apply what we learn in the books to the clinical setting through the "use" of actual patients. This is not to knock SGU but we dont have that.

    smu is definitely doing a great service to its students by providing 1st hand experiences of certain conditions, and in this case a very common one.
    We have much more during 5th semester. We have both virtual and actual patients. I have seen more than 50 thus far.
    Juni

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    Stefan

    Happydoc you are bginning to change my mind about St. George's University, at least as far as the students go. You are fantastic!!! I love to hear another school's student say good things about SMU. This is the first time in the entire time I have been on valuemd that I have heard it. It shows great character, and SGU is very fortunate to have you. It is greatly appreciated! Thank you. You are always more than welcome at SMU!!!
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    I thought that that was really interesting...hearing first hand how the "other side of the fence" feel and not just read psychoanalytic stuff from books put it into a more different perspective for future practicing physicians...t'was very brave of her to stand in front of medical students and bare a part of her that was really personal...
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    She did an excellent job of getting the message across to us medical students about the emotional aspects of her finding out she was BRCA positive. Its unfortunate she can not do anything in terms of preventing her children from inheriting the genes as well.

    Guys- there is a nobel prize waiting to be claimed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happydoc66
    you guys have actual patient interactions in maine? WOW that is great!!!!! I wish we were able to apply what we learn in the books to the clinical setting through the "use" of actual patients. This is not to knock SGU but we dont have that.

    smu is definitely doing a great service to its students by providing 1st hand experiences of certain conditions, and in this case a very common one.
    eh, you do in general to a limited extent, then extensively in your second year in st. vincents. are you sure youre at sgu?
    Steph
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    Explain your post stephew- I dont get what your saying

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