The first-year medical student’s quest: Remembering the life
Back in September, an Inside Stanford Medicine article featured my first-year medical school class on our first day of anatomy. It spoke of learning anatomy and having the privilege to work on real donors’ bodies as a “rite of passage,” something all medical students must do to really discover the human body.

We were all very excited, yet timid, on that first day of anatomy class, I remember. Afraid of cutting too deep or snipping something mistakenly, we proceeded with our first dissections very slowly and carefully. Little by little though, my classmates and I gained so much confidence, and soon, we were comfortable enough to make anatomy puns in the cadaver lab and laugh while performing our dissections....
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