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Talal Almas Talal Almas (1 Posts)

Pre-Medical Guest Writer

Rice University


A tennis aficionado, thinker, writer, theist, and raconteur! Interested in writing about current events, spirituality, and day-to-day matters. Aspiring medical student. Rice University class of 2019!




A Day In The Operating Room: A Forked Path

In medicine, there is a saying that the training is onerous but the rewards are many. More often than not, these rewards come coated in a myriad of shapes, including lucrative incentives, personal gratification, warm contentment and sated joy. For some physicians, a last wound-closure of the day, a smile on their patients’ faces, or warm, heartfelt regards from the people they care for carry immense significance. Yet, for many others, lucrative incentives seal their fate, becoming a bane to the integrity of the medical profession as a whole.

Talal Almas Talal Almas (1 Posts)

Pre-Medical Guest Writer

Rice University


A tennis aficionado, thinker, writer, theist, and raconteur! Interested in writing about current events, spirituality, and day-to-day matters. Aspiring medical student. Rice University class of 2019!