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GALATIANS 6-7 states be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. For he that soweth to his flesh, shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting. And let us not be weary in well …

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We are about 6 weeks away from finishing this year. Currently, we are in one of the most challenging courses of the year, Medical Neuroscience. My goal is to stay focused and finish the year strong and then enjoy my last summer free!!

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‘The General’ Hopes to Inspire Others After less than a month at Georgetown University School of Medicine, Antonio Webb (M’14) acquired a nickname: “The General.” It’s not because of his military service, though he had served in Iraq, Quatar and Germany, nor his personality—he is rather reserved and soft-spoken. His classmates dubbed him “The General” because …

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I recently had the opportunity to get involved in an annual event here at Georgetown called St. Baldricks. It essentially is an event where individuals from Georgetown and the surrounding community of DC come together to raise money for childhood cancer. I was approached and asked to be the Recruiting and Publicity Coordinator for the …

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Some individuals waive their rights to have access to letters of recommendation but I somehow came upon this letter while cleaning my laptop today. WEBB LOR MED SCH After reading this letter, I called the person who wrote it and thanked her for creating a synopsis of my life in the military before med school. …

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A requirement to graduate from Georgetown University School of Medicine is to not only complete and pass all the required courses, successfully pass the national boards, meet the objectives to become a physician (clinical skills) but also to participate in research. In addition to my classes and the 30 credit hours I will be taking …

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I was walking home today from a long day of lectures and also from a couple of hours of working in the ER and I began to reminisce on the path that I had to take to get where I am today. In 2004, I began to wonder and I didn’t know whether I should …

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We jst finished arguably 1 of the hardest courses of this year  (2nd to Neuro) –LIMBS. Limbs was the bane of my existence for the past 3 1/2 weeks. Monstrous amounts of work, fast paced and 2 extremely hard exams. All in all, I learned a great deal of information and in the end got through it. I …

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I know that it is an integral part of becoming a physician but these papers are not only tedious but incoincidently happen to be due at the most inconvenient times, like right in the middle of a very challenging course. Woo sa Woo sa

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Today, I gave a speech to about 30 High school students from Senecca Valley High School. They came to the campus to get a tour and learn about medical school/college life. Here is an excerpt from my speech. I compared the transition from High school to Medical School using sports. High School- I told them …

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