Wednesday, April 2, 2008

So you want to be a surgeon

This is a quick piece I wrote for Helium a couple weeks ago. It's actually an adaptation of an earlier article on "How to be a Pediatrician". Since the basics of the process, at least before Medical School, are essentially the same, the articles aren't terribly unique.

Regardless, it's got some Google Juice and is doing quite well on Helium.

"So you want to cut people open for a living, eh? Surgeons have one of the hardest and most intense jobs on Earth. And the training and education it takes to become one of them is equally as challenging. To become a surgeon, you will have to dedicate years of your life to studying - putting aside sleep, sanity and a social life. In the end, you will be one of the few who are given the tremendous responsibility of helping the sick and injured in a way that few other jobs allow."


1 comment:

Sarah said...

Good opening lol