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How much do you know about Endometriosis?

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Endometriosis is a risk factor for ovarian neoplasm

University Health News
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What is an Endometrioma?

Cleveland Clinic
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Which of the following is NOT a common site for endometriosis?

Mayo Clinic
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Which of the following is NOT a possible cause of endometriosis?

Maxcure Suyosha Women and Child Hospital
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Which of the following is NOT a clinical manifestation of endometriosis?

Havard Health
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Which of the following is NOT a treatment option for endometriosis?

Fab Woman
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Read this before choosing a medical specialty

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Getting into medical school is one thing, and choosing a specialty to pursue is another. Some people are lucky enough to know what they want to specialize in quite early on and that’s fantastic, but some others have no clue and that’s fine too. 

The decision-making process can be quite daunting to say the least considering you’re literally deciding what direction to steer your life towards. But there are key questions you should ask yourself to make the process a tad bit easier, and here are a few of them.

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Test your knowledge of cervical cancer

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What is the most prominent cause of cervical cancer?

My Qatalog
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Where is the most common area for the development of cervical cancer?

Eurocytology
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Which of the following is NOT a risk factor for cervical cancer?

Strides for life
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Which of the following is NOT a preventative measure for cervical cancer?

Emma Reynolds MP
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What is the precursor lesion of cervical cancer called?

Dundee Med Student Notes
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Which of the following is not a high risk type of the Human papilloma virus?

Wikipedia
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2019: Let’s Start The Year Off Right

Reading Time: 4 minutesAyyyeeee It’s 2019! Happy new year! We’re back and it feels great! Yes, yes, I know we’re almost at the end of week 2, but hey! We have 50 more weeks to go so  (more…)

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Our Best of 2018

Reading Time: 5 minutesThe Medics Club has had a great first few months. We launched in June with a bang and it’s all thanks to you, you and you! We have enjoyed putting out educative, inspirational, and motivational content to you and hope you have enjoyed digesting them all.

Here’s the low-down of the articles you loved the most this year: (more…)

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Is there a treatment for Exam Phobia?

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It’s that time of the year again….exam time. Exams are an unavoidable part of the medical and healthcare career paths and so knowing how to slay through these crucial times in our lives is key. Personally, I dread exams. Is it just me?  (more…)

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Medics Abroad: What are we thankful for?

Reading Time: 4 minutesIn the spirit of thanksgiving, we took some time to reflect on the things we’re most thankful for at Medics Abroad. We have so much to be grateful for as an organisation but here are a few of them. (more…)

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12 Side Hustles You Can Have in Medical School

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The journey through medical school is expensive!!! The tuition, the rent, the books, the traveling, Netflix payments, and of course the unlimited supply of coffee (or hot cocoa) all have to be paid for somehow. Because the workload can be enormous, you’re left with very little time to work up enough hours to earn significant amounts of money. Working while in medical school is possible but (more…)

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A Letter From Our Founder: Medics Abroad is ONE!

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I can’t believe Medics Abroad is one year old! It started off with a lot of uncertainties and challenges but I’m so grateful we made it through. We still have a long way to go, but (more…)

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Failing in Medical School

Reading Time: 5 minutesFailure is generally viewed as the opposite of success. This in itself isn’t incorrect but it’s a different perspective. If I only learned one thing in medical school, it is that failure is necessary and can happen to just about anybody. Ok, that’s two things LOL! No matter how much of a prim and proper student you might be, slipping up every now and then isn’t unusual. (more…)

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