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I am Ironman: How I finished a 140.6-mile race during med school
“Ironman, just like medical school, has taught me that each day, I am capable of more than I imagine,” writes Lindsay Ercole, OMS I.
Hero Next Door: California DO calls it a career at age 101
Doran A. Farnum, DO, ended a 78-year career last fall without much fanfare. “Doran is a quiet, soft-spoken, very sweet man,” a colleague says.
Mythbusters: Educating prehealth advisers on osteopathic medicine
Was your prehealth adviser knowledgable about DOs? Here’s what the profession is doing to raise awareness.
DOs share advice on managing patients with diabetes mellitus
“The distinction between type 1 and type 2 is very much blurring, which is across-the-board confusing to physicians and patients,” DO says.
Beyond the stethoscope: DOs, students excel in nonmedical pursuits
Medicine attracts goal-oriented individuals who pursue their careers with gusto. Some DOs apply equal fervor to their avocations.