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  1. When the majority of the community is not vaccinated, this gives the virus an advantage to stay within a host and also spread and infect multiple people. Giving the virus this luxury allows it to replicate much easier which means giving it an opportunity to mutate. With everyone vaccinated ASAP, the virus has less of a chance to replicate and less of a chance to mutate and generate a "variant". Rapid replication = rapid mutation development = stronger or weaker variant. Being unvaccinated gives the virus a ticket to make variants as it pleases. We can prevent this by working together getting v
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  2. https://admission.umontreal.ca/programmes/doctorat-de-1er-cycle-en-medecine-dentaire/
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  3. You're definitely not too old. I understand that you were disappointed with you rejection last time, but you've been able to achieve a solid GPA in your second degree which should give you a chance at medicine with a good CaSPER. I don't think age should really factor in your thinking at this point except in terms of opportunity cost as mentioned above. But as IP, med school tuition is probably the best in the country in QC and you will have good career choices through medicine. I was well into my thirties and I was able to go back to undergraduate, getting a good GPA, d
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  4. No can put entire time, I did that and not the only one that did. Just meant to screen out activities that were ONLY done before 16.
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  5. damn pediatricians are paid pretty well there in comparison. starting academic job salary for pathologist with 2 fellowships is like 160K non-tenured, only have to work 6 days a week not 7. no wonder 90% of pathology resident there graduated from Timbuktu academy of medical sciences.
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  6. Genuinely don't think that age matters except for the opportunity cost lost of doing other things during that time or having a family etc. At least not until you hit 40. Go for it. If it helps my father was in med school and had a classmate who was 56 at the time.
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  7. keipop

    Se réessayer en med

    Selon les infos qu’on a maintenant, oui!
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  8. Get out with your "academic elitism" nonsense. The one with the elitist holier than thou attitude is you. As someone who has worked in allied health for several years, the responsibilities are entirely different and are orders of magnitude higher as a physician compared to anything in allied health. The stress of being a physician is far beyond any other health profession. Medico-legally the buck stops with us. Seriously working in allied health is not remotely comparable. Just stop posting.
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