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Some other things I might introduce to non-Koreans would be that the level of medicine in Korea itself is pretty good, in fact comparable to most schools in the US. As far as research output is concerned (well of course we can talk about life expectancy and neonatal mortality rates but they’re pretty good too, as good as the States probably) Seoul National University places in about 10th of the American medical schools, Yonsei about 20th.
Because what I’ve learned from my two weeks on Labor & Delivery is that even the utterly mundane, the uneventful, the sheer boredom inherent in obstetrics is more awe inspiring, more beautiful a moment in time than just about anything I have ever seen, whether in medical school or in life as a whole.
If things go as planned, we will have a link for the trailer tomorrow, and if anybody is interested in helping in any way, shape, or form, please e-mail Morgan at [email protected] or leave a comment at and as things progress, we will let you know what you can do to help, which most likely will never even involve leaving your home.
However, many medical problems these days center around chronic disease management for which there is no clear cure, so in an effort to feel like we are still helping you, we prescribe pills that often can help and hopefully at the minimum do no harm to you while possibly controlling your chronic disease.