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  1. Sums it up far better then I could ever hope to..... well done Dave And BTW - he is running for AAPA Board (If you really want to make SURE he gets it vote for ONLY him!) https://www.doximity.com/doc_news/v2/entries/6948772 The PA Doctorate: Is It Needed or Not? Clinician Today · March 17, 2017 Original Article 2 2 21 It is ten years from now. You are a patient. Or, better yet, your two-year-old daughter is a patient. You know just a little about medical people, including that the pharmacist you see, the physical therapist you see, and the NP you see all practice at
  2. Hey guys! I've never had trouble at school. I'm usually really good at making positive grades. I have a GPA of 3.7 which could have been better but I went through a depression last semester and didn't try as hard in my classes as I should have. I'm starting to get really discouraged. My physics teacher is not helping. He claims that if I can't pass his class, I should forget about med school in general but I had my heart set on being a PA. My lab grades are really good. As and Bs. My quiz grades are As. However, the quizzes are only 5%, labs 25% and tests are 70%. My test grades are go
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