Ayesha Javid discusses the impact of Dr. James P. Allison and Dr. Tasuku Honjo's findings in cancer therapy and research.
Alisha Yi '22 discusses the raw emotions associated with cancer treatment in this free verse poetry.
McKenzy Wall '22 portrays the life of a man living on the streets of a large city, emphasizing the ephemeral nature of life and the often overlooked struggles of the homeless with the health care system.
Danny Mendoza '21 explores the extensive yet overlooked realm of mental health among future physicians, interweaving prose and evidence from ethical principles.
Evelyn Wong '20 reflects on the perception of mental health within campus life and society.
Rory Sullivan '18 uses free form to remark on the wonders of DNA replication.
Rory Sullivan '18 relates the fight of one cell against an infection to a glorious battle in this epic poem.
Rory Sullivan '18 spins a refreshing remembrance of an ancient physician's words regarding the human body.
In a thoughtful essay reflecting on Susan Sontag's work, Jon Galla '18 contemplates narrative medicine and its necessity in modern medicine.
A poem about the subversive nature of cancer by Aurora Sullivan '18