Wish 4th year Med students good luck tommorrow!!

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  1. DrJeff

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    Yup, tommorrow 3/18 is their match day. The only way that I know this is that my sister in-law is a 4th year med at Temple and finds out where she'll be doing her OB/GYN residency
     
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    But in fairness, they all know *whether* they matched or not, so they have at least that much peace of mind (or agony +pissed+ )
     
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    Or as my brother and his wife put it as I was talking to them tonight, in those 2 or 3 seconds when we find out tomorrow, we'll see if we're spending the next 3 to 4 years on the East Coast or the West Coast?? Just some minor mental strain there
     
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    Oh yes. I wish your sister all the luck in the world. OB/GYN huh? That is a real leap of faith given the the rotten way those folks are being treated by insurance companies and govenmental agencies these days.

    Boy oh howdy, my daughter's OB/GYN did a tremendous job saving my twin grandsons last week who had to be taken two months early by C-Section because of a life threatening situation. I say God bless her and all the staff that assisted and are still assisting.
     
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