Turkey, Telomerase, and Time-Turning Trauma Treatment
11.28.2019 - By The Short Coat: An Honest Guide to Medical School
Happy Thanksgiving, bishes!
FYI, there’s new merch for charity (stickers!) at at theshortcoat.com/store! Also, It’s Thanksgiving Day in the United States of America, and as we ‘muricans collapse on our sofas replete with turkey with all the trimmings, let us give thanks that M1s Nathen Spitz and Morgan Kennedy, and MD/PhD student Aline Sandouk are here to discuss auto brewery syndrome (or how to be a guilt-free Thanksgiving Day day-drinker if you want your life ruined for years by a real zebra of an illness).
And the gang tries to string together arbitrary medical words into illnesses and breakthrough treatments.
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This Week in Medical News
Trauma surgeons at the University of Maryland let the world know that they’re the first in the US to put patients in suspended animation. And Dave doesn’t understand at all why media outlets are giving a seemingly minor development in aging research–we share some of the features of an important cell replication enzyme with plants, woot!–“breakthrough” status.
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