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As many of you know, my day job in the real world is as a physician.  I'm a Surgical Pathologist and one of our residents (Dr. Launny Lowden) has just released a fun video on life as pathologist, which I thought you might enjoy because it's quite clever.


To help you understand two key terminology points, she talks about Anatomical pathology (where diseases are diagnosed in tissue and cytology specimens) and General pathology (laboratory medicine -- blood tests and such, known as clinical pathology in the USA).  Her goal is to be a General pathologist.


Twitter: @DrFumblefinger

"We do not take a trip, a trip takes us".  John Steinbeck, from Travels with Charlie

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I know many people who have travelled for a better career.

Residents of North America often travel away from their birthplace.

Here in the UK my family have lived within 2 miles for at least 150 years.

We have strands living in the US and Australia. But we like to keep in touch.

Travel isn't just about vacations.

Nice video.

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