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  • MedRookie

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    April 2, 2015 at 10:11 pm
    Feline, post: 393, member: 0 wrote:
    Oh, we can.
    Books were made so that, people who have not heard about or studied something yet, can have a record to check from. Books are not used as ‘external brains’.
    I would want to stretch myself to my limits. Otherwise, I would always feel that I haven’t really done everything I could have done. My life would feel useless and incomplete.

    In medical school now we’re told that we dont have time for books. They consume too much time and contain too much information thats not needed. For example take some Organic Chemistry books they are 400+ pages, all that material can be covered in 100 power point slides.

    Feline, post: 393, member: 0 wrote:
    Me too! =)

    How about Plasmin as a test subject?

    I think [USER=45]Plasmin[/USER] would be a great test subject =D