Dating in med school
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"Our lives are very hectic and it's not necessarily the long hours -- it's the uncertainty of the hours." Su, 27, who grew up mostly in San Jose, said it's been a huge benefit to be involved with "someone who knows the ridiculousness of being a third-year med student and the demands on your time and being able to share candidly your passion for patient care." "I was stuck on a case in my surgery rotation that was supposed to take two hours and instead took eight," Su recalled. All I needed was some sugar and someone to rant to. We had plans.' It was just, 'I get it.' When I was at my limit studying for the boards, I told Erik, 'I can't handle human contact, even you.