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    Quote Originally Posted by pda_jedi
    hofo mofo, good luck, it's a hard life. Radiology is the way to go. You can sit at home at your PC and crank out the Image Reports/Dictations (in your leisure) or be hospital based. Alternatively, interventional radiology allows for a lot of procedures and plenty of patient contact.

    PM me if you have specific questions, I'm glad to help.
    Yeah I know...but the biggest hurrdle right now are grades....man im going to need a miracle big time

    my dad is a doctor (a GP) he said to me...if I wanted to become a doctor make sure I specialize (especially in the prov of quebec)...he gets tossed around like a salad being in quebec
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    #22  
    Quote Originally Posted by pda_jedi
    hofo mofo, good luck, it's a hard life. Radiology is the way to go. You can sit at home at your PC and crank out the Image Reports/Dictations (in your leisure) or be hospital based. Alternatively, interventional radiology allows for a lot of procedures and plenty of patient contact.

    PM me if you have specific questions, I'm glad to help.
    If I could do it over again I would certainly go for radiology. The sitting at home part bugs me a bit cause there can be missed reads. Sometimes, not often but, sometimes things show up film that just don't on a monitor. You also missed the fact that he could also work at an IDTF in the states and get great pay 250,000-500,000 per year working 9-5 m-f.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    If I could do it over again I would certainly go for radiology. The sitting at home part bugs me a bit cause there can be missed reads. Sometimes, not often but, sometimes things show up film that just don't on a monitor. You also missed the fact that he could also work at an IDTF in the states and get great pay 250,000-500,000 per year working 9-5 m-f.
    money is great and all, but what is really cool about becoming a radiologist, is that you get to play with a big toy...(well okay a toy is a wrong word to describe it) but you have this massive machine/computer which spit out images you request, and being able to identify certain things and such...its just well...cool
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    My sister is a nephrologist and her husband a cardiologist...both fields are incredibly fascinating and I remember imagining how overwhelmed I would be should I ever reconsider medical school and the path that follows. Kudos to you guys!
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    1. Suburb of Cleveland
    2. Not the oldest in this list (corrected) (forty something)
    3. RA/QA for medical device manufacturer
    Last edited by lb505; 06/24/2005 at 02:17 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lb505
    1. Suburb of Cleveland
    2. The oldest in this list so far (forty something)
    3. RA/QA for medical device manufacturer

    Look again Weed Hopper! 52 is out there. . . .in Post #13
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    1. Westchester County, NY
    2. 39 (My mother would say "Going to be 40")
    3. VP in technology at a NY Financial firm.
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  8. #28  
    Quote Originally Posted by lb505
    1. Suburb of Cleveland
    2. The oldest in this list so far (forty something)
    3. RA/QA for medical device manufacturer

    Nope...not the oldest. Perry is 52.

    And really fast! Perry, you beat me! 52 is still very young and your beautiful daughter will keep it that way...
    Last edited by Christinac130; 06/24/2005 at 12:54 PM. Reason: To give Perry a hard time...
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    As old as dirt. . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry Holden
    Look again Weed Hopper! 52 is out there. . . .in Post #13
    Yeah, I just saw that. Phew!
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    1) Spokane WA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christinac130
    Nope...not the oldest. Perry is 52.

    And really fast! Perry, you beat me! 52 is still very young and your beautiful daughter will keep it that way...
    Thanks, Christina!!

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    1. Boise, ID (home of the Boise State Broncos!!!)
    2. 26
    3. Pre-dental student, husband, soon-to-be-father, and Domino's Pizza delivery guy (I love mapopolis!)
    "If you think a weakness can be turned into a strength, I hate to tell you this, but that's another weakness." - Jack Handey
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    Quote Originally Posted by hofo_mofo
    If you dont mind of course, share with us

    1. Where you are from (you dont have to be down to the addy, but a city or state will do of course)
    2. If you dont mind sharing your age
    3. What do you do (this one I'm interested in)
    1. Earth. In Northern America, where it's HOT and hurricanes like to hit.

    2. Since 2000, I've lived 5 years. But I'm actually 35.

    3. Build online stores: http://www.designextend.com

    Pamela
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    1. Rochester, MN
    2. 45 going on 25 (Mom to 20 yr son & 13 yr daughter oh and the son is in Navy)
    3. Office Manager/IT-System Admin for non-profit org.
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    Madison, WI
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    I dodge but not budge to Orangutans that **** in the forests and sing conservative songs....
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    You don't stop laughing because you grow old. You grow old because you stop laughing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tippymn
    1. Rochester, MN
    2. 45 going on 25 (Mom to 20 yr son & 13 yr daughter oh and the son is in Navy)
    3. Office Manager/IT-System Admin for non-profit org.
    How far are you from Minneapolis? You might bump into ChickenNoodles (a.k.a. Chick Dance) who used to be the queen of Off Topic for a year....
    You don't stop laughing because you grow old. You grow old because you stop laughing.
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    1. Chicago, IL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oops
    How far are you from Minneapolis? You might bump into ChickenNoodles (a.k.a. Chick Dance) who used to be the queen of Off Topic for a year....

    About 45 minutes south of the cities, so not that far. And Madison...I cruise through there about 5-6 times a year...we do my daughters back to school shopping in Chicago!!
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