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Allison Bond, MD
Infectious disease & hospital medicine physician via I Writer I Mom I Views and puns = mine
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Allison Bond, MD 7h
Just said good-bye to a dying family member over Zoom; really getting the full and authentic 2020 experience. Truly, COVID can walk into the sea.
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Allison Bond, MD 9h
Replying to @jbullockruns
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Allison Bond, MD 10h
I’m going to need a lot of time to process all that I just saw in those fleets. And I only got through half of them
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Allison Bond, MD 10h
Eye drop instillation technique is on fleek. All in the wrist
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Allison Bond, MD 11h
Replying to @emily_fri
No discussion of hydroxychloroquine will be allowed unless it’s being used for lupus Also, based on my twitter feed over the last 24-48 hours, pie will be the only acceptable food to eat before noon!
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Allison Bond, MD 11h
Replying to @AllisonRBond
It’s a racist, classist system that disincentivizes people from going into critically needed specialties such as primary care and infectious diseases. It’s the right thing to do to question this very flawed system.
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Allison Bond, MD 11h
Replying to @AllisonRBond
My tweet was unclear. I’m alluding to a person here recently who had no sympathy for a trainee who dared to discuss how medical education is absurdly expensive and frankly often untenable for people not born into wealth, and how these costs = opaque until it’s too late.
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Allison Bond, MD Nov 27
Today and every day, would like to remind healthcare professionals that the smug "well maybe you should have thought of that before you did it" attitude is not a good look. Not a good look at all.
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Allison Bond, MD Nov 27
Replying to @kuch_batein
Definitely
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Allison Bond, MD Nov 27
When you learn that the word angina means “to choke/strangle” (and not “pain,” as is commonly assumed), it makes a lot more sense why Ludwig’s angina is named as it is. 💡
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Allison Bond, MD Nov 27
Thank you!
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Allison Bond, MD Nov 27
Maybe knows somebody there or can connect you to someone who might?
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Allison Bond, MD Nov 26
Replying to @concernecus
Thanks I hate it (because it’s too real)
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Allison Bond, MD Nov 26
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Allison Bond, MD Nov 26
Replying to @Adeel_A_Sham
Oh, we’re well aware
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Allison Bond, MD Nov 26
Replying to @kateasterisk
Sorry, hope I didn’t yuck your yum
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Allison Bond, MD Nov 26
Replying to @kateasterisk
Looks like smallpox 😑
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Allison Bond, MD Nov 26
Replying to @alessacolaMD
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Allison Bond, MD Nov 26
Replying to @eemoin
No
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Allison Bond, MD Nov 26
I have a medicine joke, and I have to admit it because nobody else will. 😉
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