Acted-out medical conditions formative for future physicians
from Harvard Gazette
"What am I today? I'm spitting up blood." Cory Scott was matter-of-fact about his condition, as he sat at Harvard Medical School's Tosteson Medical Education Center in January. Such an admission, on a campus surrounded by physicians — both accomplished and still in training — might ordinarily set off a rush to action, but Scott is no ordinary patient.
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