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Pathology 2016

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It Gets Better

By Ammar Anwar 3rd Year MBBS
If you've ever had to go through the pain of living everyday with a heavy burden on your chest pressing hard and making sure you never breathe properly; never have a second where you feel liberated from all the stresses and tensions of every day life, friendships, studies, food, survival. If you've ever had to cry yourself to sleep at night and woken up in a puddle of your tears that you couldn't feel over the throbbing pain in your head that wouldn't let you get up and out of the bed. If you've ever felt like you could never get out of the bed, and you just lay there looking out the window as the sun rises and sets, people come and go, accomplish things, goals. And you can't get out of the bed. Not because you don't want to. Maybe some part of you does. But you can't. No matter how hard you try, you cannot go through the arduous task of... living. When you're at a point where living your life seems like an added task over…


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PRO TIP: Always remember to turn over the biochemistry paper and check its back side. Always. Good Luck!

O house job , why art thou killing me?

(Otherwise known as 12 ways house job destroys you completely)

By Anonymous House Officer (This is more for plausible deniability than being actually anonymous ) 

There's a reason every doctor forever remembers two things. Final prof and house job. One is the epitome of isolation and cramming with your books feeling forever alone. The other is the pinnacle of 24/7 presence in company which you probably don't need and definitely don't want.

1. Your body hurts all over If you never thought about all the muscles your body has , you will definitely think about them now. Each and every muscle will hurt in a different way to remind you of its existence. It can result from reasons as varied as odd positioning (the retractors are necessary evil at best and torture device for house surgeons at worst) to plain old electrolyte deficit.

2.You are permanently sleep deprived  When you do a 24 hour emergency or a hectic 12 hour ICU you just don't make up the sleep. And don't get…

"Delving into Davidson" - a Guide to Medicine!

By Amna Khalil, Class of 2016

There aren't many who make it through senior year without falling head over heels in love with medicine. But when it comes to the sitting down and studying part, jaan jaati hai!
Fret not! Lets break this vast subject down into easily do-able and revisable parts!

Bismillah Al-Rahman Al-Rahim

SURVIVAL TIPS a) Throw that Inam Danish in the bin

b) Sorry, pick it up again, Infectious Diseases wahan sey hi karni hain!

c) If you too have wasted the entire year wondering Davidson karoon ya Kaplan, Oxford karoon ya Step up, its high time you decide which book speaks the best to you, instead of blindly following the crowd

d) If you must must listen to Conrad Fischer Sahib, squeeze that in before the prep leaves ( unlike me, who attempted to listen to it all just a month before the professionals)

e) For those who still have their rotations to go, jo case  present kardo kabhi nahi bhoolta, so see and feel and hear as much you can, and Bedside plus West Medicine checklis…