AbstractWhat is medicine from an innocent and uneducated veiw? As a premedical student, it is very hard to get a true glimpse into what medicine is. When I was an observer in the Interventional Radiology department at Tampa General Hospital this summer, this was my attempt to see past the jargon and science that I have not had the opportunity to learn yet. I believe I saw the truth of medicine that day.
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