#HERO indeed! What a brave and intelligent young lady. I wish her the best in a rewarding future.
Did the UAMS folks have to show up because they receive state money? I notice none of them are wearing white coats.
What's he been doing since 2015?
Uh, who's the historian on this project? I'd think that it would be kinda important to have one to keep everybody factual.
But is there enough room for this sub in NLR?
Go, David, go!
I just brought my spouse home from a 6 day stay at UAMS. We are lucky to have an academic medical center of this calibre in our state. The staff were professional and friendly, albeit overworked, and continuously asked what they could do for us. This hospitality continued with medical students, so someone is doing something right!
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