Dear Class of 2020 by Dr. Danielle Martin

When I finished my interview for medical school, I cried. I was sure that I might never be given a chance to be a doctor.  Many of you were probably as surprised when you got your acceptance letter as I was when I got mine, and in these early months in medical school of trying to learn the branches of the brachial plexus, you will at times wonder if the committee made a mistake, or if perhaps you did.  Read more of her Open Letter to medical students here.




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