Adopting a poetic voice from the perspective of a patient with tinnitus, Jenny Liu '21 captures the thoughts and feelings experienced during and after medical treatment.
Linda Lee '21 reflects on the flaws of a corporate-driven healthcare system and urges one to consider the true purpose of entering the field.
In a personal reflection on his senior thesis, Jon Galla '18 discusses the necessity of medical memoirs in drawing out the raw realism behind those affected by healthcare.
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
Aurora Sullivan '18 offers a poetic perspective on molecular genetics and what it means to be "human".
Through a feature on Dr. Gary Taylor's battle with prostate cancer, Julie Ngauv '20 gives a voice to the silent struggle of cancer patients as a stark reminder of the true calling of healthcare.
A poem by Aurora Sullivan '18 about the internal struggle of mothers with illness in the family.
In a compelling essay about the groundbreaking steps taken in the field of narrative medicine, Nicole Kim '20 defines what narrative medicine is and its overarching significance in modern healthcare.