It is the medical community’s best-kept secret: students “practicing” on unwitting clients. Are you currently a victim?
You choose to go set for surgery on your own nether regions–maybe you’ve got a growth in your prostate; possibly it is testicular cancer tumors. You are understandably anxious, susceptible, afraid.
You are from the working dining table, counting backward. Every thing fades to charcoal, and also you’re away. Next, one thing you did not bank on: a few medical students shuffle in, none of who you’ve met. They pull on medical gloves and collect at your . . . dining table.
1 by 1, the infant docs dig in, experiencing around for your prostate gland and speaking about their findings just as if these were sipping pinot grigio.