As he stuck his ungloved finger on the parched tongue bearing the color of pale salmon, he called out for the visiting medical student. It was my first official medical rounds in a university hospital in Khartoum as a Sudanese-American medical student, visiting my “native” country, an experience afforded through a global health project spawned in Farmington, Connecticut. The sea of wide-eyed Sudanese students parted, and I found myself floating …
Post Author: Sawsan Abdel-Razig, MD
Sawsan Abdel-Razig is an internal medicine physician.
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