Now is not the time for medical students to be spectators [PODCAST]

By | August 24, 2020

“It is time to stop being spectators. We are at a critical turning point in our fight against this disease, and our actions now will determine whether we stay on the sidelines, or put an effective end to the scourge of the disease.  If we want to avoid a deadlier and costlier battle for the years to come, students, and the general public, have to take steps to work together to disrupt disease transmission and increase cooperation. In the case these steps are not taken, humanity may soon be facing its own Civil War, where our societal fabric may be further ripped apart.”

Adithya Sivakumar is a medical student.

He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, “Medical students: It is time to stop being spectators.”

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