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  • Birthday 04/30/1984

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  1. Citan

    A question.

    I occasionally watch surgeries videos on Youtube. I rarely watch neurosurgeries , because they disgust me. I watched two neurosurgeries today and I found them wicked. Was there a neurosurgeon sleeping in me the whole time ? Or am a vampire?
  2. At the of age 14-15, I secretly wanted to become a medical examiner after seeing a pretty grizzly autopsy scene in a tv show called Psi Factor and enjoying it. I became obsessed/curious with chasing autopsy pictures overnight. Now, I'll be the first to admit that I wasn't that good of a student in school. My GPA was okay and was terrible in science classes. But I so badly become one that I worked my butt off. In college, I was getting a lot of 90s and up in Chemistry exams, go an 86% in Biochemistry and when I wasn't gettiing 86% and up, I wasn't happy with myself.
  3. I'm gluten intolerant (also have allergy to wheat)
  4. I could use a tasty gluten-free pizza.
  5. In October of 2012, Montreal was devastated by a terrifying Earthquake. The pic below perfectly shows the unbelievable scars that the unparalled natural disaster left on the city of Montreal: Last time I checked, the chair was STILL down... : /
  6. I did surgery on a teddy bear on something when I was 12. I win. You're right. You have to graduate from residency to perform surgeries. Some premed and med students may have scrubbed in and assist, but a solo operation? Not a chance.
  7. I believe the word autopsy is more appropriate lol
  8. Haven't had a cat in four years lol. And yes, I play games.
  9. I never knew so many PreMeds/MDs were into gaming.
  10. Where are you? lol

  11. So Dazzle made it, eh? That's nice. Maybe he'll stop treating every single member of this board as beneath him...
  12. For about 15 months, I was taking a minimal dose of Synthroid (0.0125MG). When I had it renewwed last December, I started getting all kinds of symptoms ("hyper" feel, for one. ). After checking out the medication carefully, I noticed that the dose is double of what I actually take (0.025). The idiot doctor made a mistake! I've been two months at double dose, and to be honest, the side effects are freaking me out (thinning of bones, weight loss, teeth pain, hair loss,...). Thank God I realized the mistake before losing my hair. I've gone through hell in the past two months, and the h
  13. Je pense qu'elle est un peu plus basse pour un candidat universitaire. Que tu sois étudiant à l'UQTR ou non ne change rien.
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