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White coats as superhero capes: Med students swoop in to save health care
Each wall of the library reading room at the New York Academy of Medicine is lined with tall wooden bookshelves holding leather-bound medical tomes. Atop the shelves perch busts — seemingly all white, ... read more
NYU holds a conference on resistance to vaccines. Antivaxers lose it.
Fortunately, my right to free speech allows me to ridicule these twits for annoying people, endangering public health, and in general ... Of course, medical students who go into primary care should be ... read more
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White Coats As Superhero Capes: Med Students Swoop In To Save Health Care
Michael Danziger, a student at SUNY Downstate College of Medicine, leads a discussion on single-payer health care at the Advocacy in Medicine Conference. The only way to convince reluctant lawmakers, ... read more