keevesnchives3003 karma2017-09-04 02:40:20 UTC
There was an episode of House MD, where one of the patients was deaf and it alluded to conflicts about whether being deaf was a disability or something that made the patient unique. Have you seen it?
Also, just a fun story, an acquaintance once told me that he had a nephew with a cochlear implant, and he would just take it out whenever his parents or teachers would yell at him. I found that to be interesting.
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keevesnchives48 karma2019-07-10 16:32:20 UTC
What's the pathway for working in hair transplant in terms of residency/fellowship?
keevesnchives5 karma2018-04-12 21:56:00 UTC
I'd ask you a question, but Im afraid of getting downvoted... :/
Just kidding, how can I speak with more confidence? Sometimes, I can feel myself start to get nervous and that's when the train starts coming off the rails and I begin stuttering and fumbling and it spirals.
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