Medical Gifts

Like what cutting edge medical technology and medical advances seen you come out? The media do not talk about this. I was happy to learn … I’mprovements take the form of either: 1. The increased complexity of existing knowledge or 2. Using existing technology much cheaper and more accessible. I think it is clear that the number 2 is inevitably means that more people will benefit from what we do today. The technology depends purely electronics and engineering, judging by past performance, has to be better and better. Compare mobile phones today with what it used five years ago. I think we’re pretty good at taking the costly and uncomfortable diagnostic procedures and make them easier to use. Understanding how the human body works on what we can do to control it, is a tough cookie to crack. It takes at least 15-20 years for medical technology in the laboratory to meet real people. So. . . What we are working on currently? Its realistic that we will be able to cope with more diseases, but in my opinion, greater life expectancy and quality of life is achieved by improving the way we live. Current wisdom tells us, live in a reasonably clean, eat sensibly, no smoke, not to be too promiscuous. . . I think that will remain the case in 100 years.

Filmed in HQ PotatoVision with two gold medals and a happiness Yukon Red. Parody of “Sh * t Girls Say” by Kyle Humphrey and Graydon Sheppard. A collection of random phrases that are more likely to hear coming out of the mouth of a medical student. Enjoy. Disclaimer: No content thereof is intended to be representative of our or any other institution. Only a few students have fun.