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Medical Students: dishy-squishers: warrenpearce69: Victorian female medical students Looks like one of them had a really tough semester
Medical Students: dishy-squishers:
warrenpearce69:
Victorian female medical students

Looks like one of them had a really tough semester

dishy-squishers: warrenpearce69: Victorian female medical students Looks like one of them had a really tough semester

Medical Students: Big pharma controls young medical students
Medical Students: Big pharma controls young medical students

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Medical Students: Medical students helping to fight Corona
Medical Students: Medical students helping to fight Corona

Medical students helping to fight Corona

Medical Students: dishy-squishers: warrenpearce69: Victorian female medical students Looks like one of them had a really tough semester
Medical Students: dishy-squishers:
warrenpearce69:
Victorian female medical students

Looks like one of them had a really tough semester

dishy-squishers: warrenpearce69: Victorian female medical students Looks like one of them had a really tough semester

Medical Students: Medical Students Beginning their Training (1968)
Medical Students: Medical Students Beginning their Training (1968)

Medical Students Beginning their Training (1968)

Medical Students: 15 African American medical students posing in front of former slave quarters to show resilience from the past
Medical Students: 15 African American medical students posing in front of former slave quarters to show resilience from the past

15 African American medical students posing in front of former slave quarters to show resilience from the past

Medical Students: AMERICAN AAPI SELATION AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICIANS OF INDIAN ORIGIN oF INDE President Suresh Reddy, MD HR77 19500ma.om Prsiec Suduker o M ke August 21, 2019 via email and Fax and Express Mail to USA/London HO richard.horton@lancet.com; editorial@lancet.com Malcolm Molyneux; ombudsman@lancet.com Editor: Richard Horton Viee Peside Anupama Gotimu, M a gllcom Secetary aKMD nd@gmatcom The Lancet 230 Park Avenue New York, NY 10169 USA Treaue jBayan, MD ay om Iee Pst Prsident Nah Parkh, MD 350allom Chair, AA Bardof Trustees Seema Ar Mo .com Dear Mr. Horton, American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, hereinafter AAPI, representing approx. 80,000 practicing physicians in the USA along with the platform for 40,000 Medical Students, Residents and Fellows, is disenchanted and greatly disappointed with your 'Editorial entitled Fear and Uncertainty Around Kashmir's Future published in August 17, 2019 issue of The Lancet (1). Upended by fundamental changes in Technology that have misguided or misinformed the general public, editorials and Journals, including Law and human Rights Advocacy Groups have become more depended with reference to misguided on online facts and analysis Lancet's editorial of Fear and Uncertainty is an exemplum of this misguidance. AAPI along with its counterpart in India and globally, denounces the Editorial not only as premature' but biased and reprehensible for lack of due diligence in research and consultation with proprieties or stakeholders llaGand MD gndhes MSRF Pdent Po nh DO inkhmacom Regienal Directers thuanMO d0 .aom W.Rang MD agightmalcom mVallapurdy, MD co H Bn, MD e a o ajendr thorMD ah on h MD a .om 0y Ma M .com mapa MD kpamagcom ngshGupt MD RvaMD While giving credence to your freedom of press, AAPI is very troubled that your entire editorial is founded on a putative study by Médecins Sans Frontiéres Contrary to the accepted scientific standards of The Lancet, you did not provide the reference to the study by the Médecins Sans Frontiéres. In the absence of such supporting citation, we have no choice other than believing that your statements on the mental health issues in Kashmir are unfounded and not scientifically valid. It is unfortunate that a leading medical journal publishes editorial on a very sensitive geopolitical issue without citing valid studies. i Pa MD lwah com maE MD dvinds Board of Trustees Oar mAr MD e d.com Amit Chakray MD aia H hing, MD .co pa Aaral MD apaagg Shat as@ co S MD doth@ m Aart aalMD aa hom Mukesh Nigam MD Giving the benefit of doubt that your editorial is honestly motivated by your love and compassion to the physical and mental health of the people of Kashmir, we fail to understand why you ignored the mass exodus of Kashmiri Pundits between 1985 and 1995 due to the militancy fueled in the valley by Pakistan (2). The lives of Kashmiri Pundits are also equally precious. Apart from the Kashmiri Pundits there are a number of other people around the world, who deserve the attention of The Lancet, perhaps more than the people of Jammu and Kashmir. sum PunjMD mpunjabihooo At KhMD Aet mm PrvnAria, M Prc Du aw @co Legal Advier HariLaE Administrative Director ija Kedai 600 Enterprise Dr., Ste. 108 P:(630) 990 2277 F: (630) 990 2281 www.aapiusa.org www.aapiconvention.org Oak Brook, Illinois 60523 Tax-ID: 38-2532505 PHYS American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin issues statement against Lancet’s article on Kashmir, says the Kashmir issue is “not important”
Medical Students: AMERICAN
 AAPI
 SELATION
 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF
 PHYSICIANS OF INDIAN ORIGIN
 oF INDE
 President
 Suresh Reddy, MD
 HR77
 19500ma.om
 Prsiec
 Suduker o M
 ke
 August 21, 2019
 via email and Fax and Express Mail to USA/London HO
 richard.horton@lancet.com; editorial@lancet.com
 Malcolm Molyneux; ombudsman@lancet.com
 Editor: Richard Horton
 Viee Peside
 Anupama Gotimu, M
 a gllcom
 Secetary
 aKMD
 nd@gmatcom
 The Lancet
 230 Park Avenue
 New York, NY 10169 USA
 Treaue
 jBayan, MD
 ay om
 Iee Pst Prsident
 Nah Parkh, MD
 350allom
 Chair, AA Bardof Trustees
 Seema Ar Mo
 .com
 Dear Mr. Horton,
 American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, hereinafter AAPI, representing
 approx. 80,000 practicing physicians in the USA along with the platform for 40,000
 Medical Students, Residents and Fellows, is disenchanted and greatly disappointed
 with your 'Editorial entitled Fear and Uncertainty Around Kashmir's Future
 published in August 17, 2019 issue of The Lancet (1). Upended by fundamental
 changes in Technology that have misguided or misinformed the general public,
 editorials and Journals, including Law and human Rights Advocacy Groups have
 become more depended with reference to misguided on online facts and analysis
 Lancet's editorial of Fear and Uncertainty is an exemplum of this misguidance. AAPI
 along with its counterpart in India and globally, denounces the Editorial not only as
 premature' but biased and reprehensible for lack of due diligence in research and
 consultation with proprieties or stakeholders
 llaGand MD
 gndhes
 MSRF Pdent
 Po nh DO
 inkhmacom
 Regienal Directers
 thuanMO
 d0 .aom
 W.Rang MD
 agightmalcom
 mVallapurdy, MD
 co
 H Bn, MD
 e a o
 ajendr thorMD
 ah on
 h MD
 a .om
 0y Ma M
 .com
 mapa MD
 kpamagcom
 ngshGupt MD
 RvaMD
 While giving credence to your freedom of press, AAPI is very troubled that your
 entire editorial is founded on a putative study by Médecins Sans Frontiéres
 Contrary to the accepted scientific standards of The Lancet, you did not provide the
 reference to the study by the Médecins Sans Frontiéres. In the absence of such
 supporting citation, we have no choice other than believing that your statements
 on the mental health issues in Kashmir are unfounded and not scientifically valid. It
 is unfortunate that a leading medical journal publishes editorial on a very sensitive
 geopolitical issue without citing valid studies.
 i Pa MD
 lwah com
 maE MD
 dvinds
 Board of Trustees
 Oar
 mAr MD
 e d.com
 Amit Chakray MD
 aia
 H hing, MD
 .co
 pa Aaral MD
 apaagg
 Shat
 as@ co
 S MD
 doth@ m
 Aart aalMD
 aa hom
 Mukesh Nigam MD
 Giving the benefit of doubt that your editorial is honestly motivated by your love
 and compassion to the physical and mental health of the people of Kashmir, we fail
 to understand why you ignored the mass exodus of Kashmiri Pundits between 1985
 and 1995 due to the militancy fueled in the valley by Pakistan (2). The lives of
 Kashmiri Pundits are also equally precious. Apart from the Kashmiri Pundits there
 are a number of other people around the world, who deserve the attention of The
 Lancet, perhaps more than the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
 sum PunjMD
 mpunjabihooo
 At KhMD
 Aet mm
 PrvnAria, M
 Prc Du
 aw @co
 Legal Advier
 HariLaE
 Administrative Director
 ija Kedai
 600 Enterprise Dr., Ste. 108
 P:(630) 990 2277
 F: (630) 990 2281
 www.aapiusa.org
 www.aapiconvention.org
 Oak Brook, Illinois 60523
 Tax-ID: 38-2532505
 PHYS
American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin issues statement against Lancet’s article on Kashmir, says the Kashmir issue is “not important”

American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin issues statement against Lancet’s article on Kashmir, says the Kashmir issue is “not...

Medical Students: 21 hrs TL: 23 hrs Medical students on other days Don't these social science Medical students on other days - Ye humanities walon ko protest karne ke alava koi kaam nahi hai kya? 30-30 saal tak padhte rahte hain or faaltu ki bakwaas marte hain equality equality karke. people have anything to do than protest? They keep studying till they're 30 and are constantly bitching about "equality" Medical students today- We want justice! Medical students today - We want justice! Engineering students still- Ye medical or humanities walon ko koi kaam ni hai kya.. Engineering students still - Don'these medical and social science people... See Translation 11 Comments 3 Shares 19 Context: Like Share A 90 year old man in an Indian state (West Bengal) died in the hospital. His relatives blame the doctor. So, they bring a couple of thugs to beat up the intern who administered a basic blood test. This is a very common thing in India. It is pathetic that you shared something like this when people are battling for their lives in west bengal today and the entire country has medical colleges n hospitals worrying about them, in solidarity with them. I am a proud feminist who does equality equality myself and face flak for it by idiots who don't understand what it is about and i am also a doctor who knows what's happening to my fellow doctors is not new and has never been addressed. Numerous doctors resigned in protest, OPDS in most hospitals are shut, however emergence services are still running. This post is poor in taste and mocking a very serious and grave issue. Please visit us, our casualties, you're welcome to see and feel what we feel and what ground reality is. Miss Neo-Marxist gets into an ideological war with an actual doctor in her comments section. 2 It doesn't help that the perpetrators are from a "minority religion", so they aren't being investigated. Strangely, that hasn't figured into her agenda yet. Like 17h get down from that pedestal and maybe then you'll begin to see what the problem really is. I dont condone violence against anyone but ive seen far too helpless people at the whims and fancies of men playing at being gods. Maybe if the medical fraternity had stood with anyone not them in their times of crisis over history, there would've been some empathy. This is a post in poor taste? Because it mocks you? What about the absolute cringe-worthy posts on SavetheSavior? Or "you know that one friend who never had any fun in their life?" 2 Like 13h Edited It's elitism that you think your one colleague is more important than the thousands who are affected everyday this protest continues. Like 13h Why doesn't the medical fraternity fight for a better healthcare? better policies and expanding medical education to more than just the upper castes? And asking doctoes to answer for negligence and malpractices cannot lead to threats of shutdown. Attacking students is wrong, but where does this entitlement come from? that the doctors will threaten to shut down all healthcare? Simply because their own families can afford private healthcare? Like 13h Omggggg the ignorance you have and you think i am on a pedestal ? Negligence? Do you even know what had happened and what was the case? Where are those people now who used to raise voices and protest against other unjust stuff happening. They've threatened to shut it down because their member is fighting with his life due to GOONS attacking him. Claiming he killed a TERMINALLY ILL 90 year old. I seriously have no idea how public feels some magic should happen and terminal patients would live. Oh and getting 200 goons to the hospital in trucks is amazing? And yes of course we spent two decades of our lives planning to do negligence and malpractice. That's the motto. Answer for negligence is asking for negligence proof first rather than And that too an intern who probably would have just sent samples to lab or filled forms and nothing else at that moment. Please come out from whatever shell you're in and visit a few casualties and see the work process and what happens there. Or spend a day in the life of a medical aspirant, an undergrad, an intern, a postgrad, a super speciality resident And then you'd probably get to see the world from a perspective different from your biased glasses. So unfortunate that educated people like you think so. Oh and seriously medical fraternity has fought for all those better healthcare and policies thing. And you know what? The policies exist but half the time on ground level things become so different. Read a community medicine book once too. Enlightenment shall happen Pata nahi kon kon se misconceptions paal rakhe hain It is because of people like you , who are this ignorant, that these things are justfiied 3 Like 12h Thankfully I'm not bothered by someone calling me ignorant. I am aware of what happened. This is exactly exhibit A This is what I'm talking about. You think you are above any sort of criticism or accountability. I do not care how much you've studied I'm not talking about you as a person, I'm talking of the community) but if your education makes you think you're above the common population then I've got news for you - you're not. Why do I have to spend a day in the life of a doctor for my criticism to have any merit? Who do you think you are? Gods? It's the same argument people use for the military. The medical fraternity in this country has ALWAYS stayed away from anything happening in the country. They're know for that. The only time the agitations have happened is when their privilege is threatened A family attacked a doctor for negligence and instead of asking the hospital administration to intervene, you've shut down healthcare in the state and are now asking to do it all over the country? Who do you think you are? Gifts to this society and not some part of it? Why are you in this profession? You want the CM to come in and talk to you? People are dying because of you and then you want to know why people don't support you. Like 10h Edited PREACH! T1 Like 8h How dare you try to ensure some safety for yourself ??!!
Medical Students: 21 hrs
 TL:
 23 hrs
 Medical students on other days Don't these social science
 Medical students on other days - Ye humanities walon ko protest karne ke alava koi
 kaam nahi hai kya? 30-30 saal tak padhte rahte hain or faaltu ki bakwaas marte
 hain equality equality karke.
 people have anything to do than protest? They keep studying till
 they're 30 and are constantly bitching about "equality"
 Medical students today- We want justice!
 Medical students today - We want justice!
 Engineering students still- Ye medical or humanities walon ko koi kaam ni hai kya..
 Engineering students still - Don'these medical and social science
 people...
 See Translation
 11 Comments 3 Shares
 19
 Context:
 Like
 Share
 A 90 year old man in an Indian state (West Bengal) died in
 the hospital. His relatives blame the doctor. So, they bring a
 couple of thugs to beat up the intern who administered a
 basic blood test. This is a very common thing in India.
 It is pathetic that you shared something like this when
 people are battling for their lives in west bengal today and the entire
 country has medical colleges n hospitals worrying about them, in
 solidarity with them.
 I am a proud feminist who does equality equality myself and face flak
 for it by idiots who don't understand what it is about and i am also a
 doctor who knows what's happening to my fellow doctors is not new
 and has never been addressed.
 Numerous doctors resigned in protest, OPDS in most
 hospitals are shut, however emergence services are still
 running.
 This post is poor in taste and mocking a very serious and grave issue.
 Please visit us, our casualties, you're welcome to see and feel what we
 feel and what ground reality is.
 Miss Neo-Marxist gets into an ideological war with an actual
 doctor in her comments section.
 2
 It doesn't help that the perpetrators are from a
 "minority religion", so they aren't being investigated.
 Strangely, that hasn't figured into her agenda yet.
 Like 17h
 get down from that pedestal
 and maybe then you'll begin to see what the problem really is. I
 dont condone violence against anyone but ive seen far too
 helpless people at the whims and fancies of men playing at
 being gods. Maybe if the medical fraternity had stood with
 anyone not them in their times of crisis over history, there
 would've been some empathy. This is a post in poor taste?
 Because it mocks you?
 What about the absolute cringe-worthy posts on SavetheSavior?
 Or "you know that one friend who never had any fun in their
 life?"
 2
 Like 13h Edited
 It's elitism that you think your one colleague is
 more important than the thousands who are affected everyday this
 protest continues.
 Like 13h
 Why doesn't the medical fraternity fight for a
 better healthcare? better policies and expanding medical education to
 more than just the upper castes?
 And asking doctoes to answer for negligence and malpractices cannot
 lead to threats of shutdown.
 Attacking students is wrong, but where does this entitlement come
 from? that the doctors will threaten to shut down all healthcare? Simply
 because their own families can afford private healthcare?
 Like 13h
 Omggggg the ignorance you have and you think i am
 on a pedestal ?
 Negligence? Do you even know what had happened and what was the
 case?
 Where are those people now who used to raise voices and protest
 against other unjust stuff happening.
 They've threatened to shut it down because their member is fighting
 with his life due to GOONS attacking him. Claiming he killed a
 TERMINALLY ILL 90 year old.
 I seriously have no idea how public feels some magic should happen
 and terminal patients would live.
 Oh and getting 200 goons to the hospital in trucks is amazing?
 And yes of course we spent two decades of our lives planning to do
 negligence and malpractice.
 That's the motto.
 Answer for negligence is asking for negligence proof first rather than
 And that too an intern who probably would have just sent samples to
 lab or filled forms and nothing else at that moment.
 Please come out from whatever shell you're in and visit a few
 casualties and see the work process and what happens there.
 Or spend a day in the life of a medical aspirant, an undergrad, an
 intern, a postgrad, a super speciality resident
 And then you'd probably get to see the world from a perspective
 different from your biased glasses.
 So unfortunate that educated people like you think so.
 Oh and seriously medical fraternity has fought for all those better
 healthcare and policies thing.
 And you know what? The policies exist but half the time on ground
 level things become so different.
 Read a community medicine book once too. Enlightenment shall
 happen
 Pata nahi kon kon se misconceptions paal rakhe hain
 It is because of people like you , who are this ignorant, that these
 things are justfiied
 3
 Like 12h
 Thankfully I'm not bothered by someone calling
 me ignorant. I am aware of what happened. This is exactly exhibit A
 This is what I'm talking about. You think you are above any sort of
 criticism or accountability. I do not care how much you've studied
 I'm not talking about you as a person, I'm talking of the community) but
 if your education makes you think you're above the common population
 then I've got news for you - you're not.
 Why do I have to spend a day in the life of a doctor for my criticism to
 have any merit? Who do you think you are? Gods? It's the same
 argument people use for the military.
 The medical fraternity in this country has ALWAYS stayed away from
 anything happening in the country. They're know for that. The only time
 the agitations have happened is when their privilege is threatened
 A family attacked a doctor for negligence and instead of asking the
 hospital administration to intervene, you've shut down healthcare in the
 state and are now asking to do it all over the country?
 Who do you think you are? Gifts to this society and not some part of it?
 Why are you in this profession?
 You want the CM to come in and talk to you?
 People are dying because of you and then you want to know why
 people don't support you.
 Like 10h Edited
 PREACH!
 T1
 Like 8h
How dare you try to ensure some safety for yourself ??!!

How dare you try to ensure some safety for yourself ??!!

Medical Students: 15 000 moroccan medical students march for free education.
Medical Students: 15 000 moroccan medical students march for free education.

15 000 moroccan medical students march for free education.