It started with a simple question my classmate asked me while we were on the shuttle: “After taking anatomy, do you think you’re more or less likely to want to donate your body to medical
Archives for November 2010
Third Space Magazine is a student-run literary magazine for Harvard medical students, residents, and faculty. It publishes fiction, prose, poetry, and art biannually. I am currently involved in the Chief Complaints section, a mock advice column.
In this post, I am not going to be a hypocrite. We have not called our “donor” “our donor” in a very long time. In fact, I don’t think we ever did. He is “our
There was a certain ignorance I had about the body before dissecting it from shoulder to foot (head and neck are up next and last). Some of what I’ve learned was surprising, disconcerting, and fascinating: