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End Of PCU – Beginning Heme/Onc

Friday was my last day in the Progressive Care Unit and marked the conclusion of my 2nd month as a resident. I learned so much about the “art of medicine” from my attendings and was honored to work with a great bunch of colleagues.

The PCU team at Texas Children’s

My third month will have me transition back to the adult world on the hematology/oncology service. I’ve always liked hematology (namely disorders of coagulation and myeloproliferative/myelodysplastic diseases), and hopefully I’ll become more familiar with the mainstream chemotherapeutic agents used in modern oncology.

…and hopefully I’ll have more time to read this month. 馃檪 Hope everyone has a happy and safe Labor Day!


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