I'm undergrad and suffer from whole-body osteoarthritis... that is, I have OA throughout my entire body, at 25. Right now it is early in the disease process but my condition is deteriorating and I expect to lose the ability to walk, write, type, and possible drive over the next few years. I don't expect that I will be able to do very well at most jobs. As an alternative to suicide, I've thought about trying to go to medical school. I figure our society is just liberal enough to coddle a disabled person all the way through and make whatever accommodations are necessary (not that I am necessarily in favor of this practice). I figure if I was practicing I could get a PA to do the physical work for me, and then I could make decisions and sh*... petty good plan eh? I know that disabled people have made it through med school before and what I want to unerstand is HOW? How do you dissect cadavers and whatnot if you have limited dexterity? Any insight would be appreciated.