Agraphia Medical Tragicomedy


we’re not in Kansas any more

I'm presenting Ehler's Danlos Syndrome type VI tomorrow in our biochemistry small group. I won't bore you with the details... it basically gives someone horrible joint pain (and rubbery skin). The wierd thing is, med school presentations are quite different from undergrad ones. I was about to go into gene length and the organic chemistry basis of collagen crosslinking when my partner looked at me funny and told me to think about my audience.

She's right, you know. I guess Ochem was a necessary evil for a lot of premeds, and now that we're done with it, we can just kind of forget about it.

So, tomorrow's presentation will be Ochem light and diagnosis/treatment heavy. I miss you, undergrad research-oriented days.

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