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Trisha Santos, MD, MS Nov 20
Replying to @KaitlynLapen @uiccom
Special shoutout to the wonderful MS4 at , current applicant, and future Rad Onc extraordinaire💥 for all her hard wok on this project! Working together and watching you grow makes the hustle all the more worthwhile 👯‍♀️🙌🏻 Rad Onc PDs take note!
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SWRO Nov 23
Women can do it ALL! Thank you for sharing , and you’ve got this, !
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Chelain Goodman, MD PhD Nov 24
So excited for this amazing physician, ! is lucky to have you! I see so many bright things in your future! 💫👩🏼‍⚕️ Strong choice, 😊😉
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John Suh Nov 25
We are really 😃🙏that you have decided to keep your talents and to build on the work of ! Super impressive that you have over 500 likes 👍
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Maryam Lustberg MD MPH Nov 25
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John Suh Nov 25
🙏 for your very strong support of ! Radiation oncology has a really bright future as a result of
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Fumiko Ladd Chino, MD Nov 21
Missing simpler times like last year with . Stating the obvious: Fellowship with friends & family has really suffered. Trying not to let that make me feel even more isolated than normal during the holiday season.
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adedayo joseph Nov 24
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Matt & Lexie 👨‍⚕️👩🏼‍⚕️ Nov 25
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Dr. Kathleen Hintenlang Nov 23
knocked her dissertation defense out of the park; thinking differently about the important questions! Immensely uplifting to see a colleague succeed.
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Gohar Manzar, MD PhD Nov 24
CONGRATUATIONS DR. CAMPBELL!!! 😱😍 This is such amazing news! I still remember first meeting you when you kindly picked me up from my AirBnB for that pre-interview dinner... how time has flown! Little did I know I met an incredible role model that day 🥳
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Ashley Rosko Nov 25
impressive group. I learn from Dr. Welliver every time I work with her.
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Amanda Rivera MD Nov 23
Hey I think we have a winner for 👉🏼 “the boards stop for no woman and for no baby girl” 💪🏼😅❤️🔥 Sending you all the love and positivity 🙏🏼
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Erin Gillespie, MD Nov 25
👇👇The most alarming 🚨 finding from this 20-year update (just out in ) regarding promotion among : “there was no apparent narrowing in the gap over time.”
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Astrid Billfalk-Kelly Nov 23
I think we need to tackle the intentional (and unintentional) misinformation that is out there. There are so many who seem to enjoy mistrusting for the sake of it, and don’t care that there is robust data for vaccines.
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AAPM Women's Professional Subcommittee Nov 25
Have you seen the ACR's Comission for Women and Diversity page? (a former WPSC member!) is on the roster, sharing insights from the world of and .
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Dr Thandeka Mazibuko Nov 27
Replying to @LibbyMbc
Imagine if medicine was about what we think 🤔? There are guidelines that governs every decision asco guidelines , Esmo , NCCN people go though an intensive training to treat cancer and they get guidelines. There is no one just born a genius.
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Dr Thandeka Mazibuko Nov 21
She was forced into marriage at 17 by age 21 she was in medical school. Please try convincing her at 30, 40yrs old, that there is anything she can’t do and see if you can win! Good luck! Some people have mental strength to rise against all odds.
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Dr Thandeka Mazibuko Nov 21
Study your books 📚, no one can stop you from gaining knowledge, they can stop you from their circles but books are ultimate, knowledge is more powerful than positions
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Dr Thandeka Mazibuko 4h
Is it the white parents who are fueling racism in the world? What your parents taught you about race? Did they say hate whats different from you?
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