Something odd happens in medical school. It affects you as a patient, me as a provider, and state and federal budgets. For the first two years of medical school, empathy levels stay the same while we bubble in multiple choice questions. Then third year comes. Eagerly, we drop the backpacks and pick up the stethoscope ready to see real life patients. What happens during this long awaited year?

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