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Radhwa Ashoor, an Egyptian author, says " Getting used to something results in losing its value and its details that attracted us at first sight. Despite the long years, That morning is still memorable in my mind as it were yesterday. When I started my first day as a medical student, the first thing I saw is dissecting a dead 20-year old body that had a bicycle accident. I still remember that guy who was close to a promising life. We didn't deal with the body as a corpse or a subject that needs study, but we stopped thinking of his human details. For example, Jeans pants, T-shirt that rotates red and blue on its small squares coloring, and a pack of cigarettes that aren't done. All these details and others are still memorable in mind. During the dissection, my imagination has shed light on what this brain might have thought of in its last moments, and what dreams it had.


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Radhwa Ashoor, an Egyptian author, says " Getting used to something results in losing its value and its details that attracted us at first sight. Despite the long years, that morning is still as memorable in my mind as if it were yesterday. When I started my first day as a medical student, the first thing I saw was the dissection of ia dead 20-year old body that had a bicycle accident. I still remember that guy who was close to a promising life. We didn't deal with the body as a corpse or a subject that needed study, but we stopped thinking of his human details. For example, jeans. a T-shirt that alternated red and blue on its small squares coloring, and a pack of cigarettes that wasn't finished. All these details and others are still memorable in my mind. During the dissection, my imagination has shed light on what this brain might have thought of in its last moments, and what dreams it had.

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