Samples of My Work in Medicine & Related Areas

 If you want your Statement of Purpose or Personal Statement to be successful, you have to write it in such a way as to make those in charge of the selection process curious about you and to look forward to meeting you. You need to portray yourself in your statement as the kind of person that they want to have in their program. I am a practiced master at drafting your story in the best, most eloquent fashion possible, in the way that is most appealing to those who make the selection. I am so certain of my ability that I draft the first paragraph of your statement free of charge and at no further obligation.  If you really like the first paragraph that I produce, then I would then be honored to finish the statement on your behalf. 

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Statements of Excellence for Medical Residency & Felllowship

For more than 20 years, I have helped hundreds of applicants from all over the world to get accepted into the finest English-speaking universities, graduate programs, fellowships, scholarships, internships, and residency positions. I provide my clients with uniquely creative, state-of-the-art statements of purpose, personal statements, and letters of motivation, intent, interest, goals, objectives and mission. As a courtesty service for those applicants who decide to use my service for their statement, I am happy to edit your resume or CV.

I edit and enhance cover letters and letters of recommendation. In short, I am your one-stop shop for all of your paperwork needs: so you can focus on your march to success with full paperwork support.

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Help with your Personal Statement for Medical Residency or Fellowship

I have long cultivated a special interest in the study of what makes a medical residency statement especially effective and I am personally do all of the writing and final revisions of statements for all of my clients. I take great delight at making certain that each client is happy with my product and I always feel proud of the material that I have prepared on your behalf.  I will make your unique ethnic and national heritage central to your story weaving it throughout the essay in a highly eloquent fashion that will give you the greatest chance of being awarded an interview for a residency position. Many of my clients are convinced that they would not have been invited for an interview if it were not for the excellence of their personal statement.

As a specialist in the area of diversity, I find particular joy in helping to foster the representation of all ethnicities in our medical institutions. I think it is not only healthy for America to have a medical staff that was born all over the world, but it is also healthy for the planet. For over a decade, I have helped thousands of residents struggling to write their own statement in English as a second or foreign language, something that can be enormously difficult. Please let me help! You need a very well written, eloquent statement in order to be accepted. Much of your competition uses professional help, which gives them an edge. It would be prudent for you to get help as well.

I am committed to providing the highest possible quality of service to all applicants who turn to me for support, direction, and/or assistance. No matter where you come from on the globe, I struggle 7 days a week to provide you with the assistance that you need to produce an extremely effective and eloquent essay that maximizes your chances of being chosen for a medial residency or fellowship position in an English speaking country. I usually help several people a day, and it would be an honor for me to help you as well.


Sample 1st Paragraph, Internal Medicine Resideny

I am a young woman from France and a general practitioner of medicine in both French and English. While I love France and enjoy practicing medicine here very much, I also very much want the multicultural experience in medicine that being accepted into a medical residency program in the USA would provide me. My dreams, my motivations, my personality and my life, 28 years so far have all crystallized and come to fruition based on my professional practice of medicine and self-understanding as a doctor. Dedicated to lifelong learning, I admire the strength of the USA in medicine and I feel that I have a lot to learn on the other side of the ocean to make me a better physician, especially in English.

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My service is quite different from other statement writing services on the Internet for several reasons. I am the little guy on the web, not a big business like most of my competitors. You deal directly with me. I answer all of your questions completely free of charge and I am solely responsible for producing a statement that you are very pleased with.

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I work very hard on each statement that I produce because  I trust you as well to recommend me to your friends and colleagues if you are very pleased with your statement. 

Great Accomplishments in Medical Residency and Fellowship

The year 2015 was a great year for medical innovations. Some may even say that during that year, face of medicine as we knew it changed.

Re-Engineered Polio Virus Treats Cancer

Using polio, an infectious viral disease that can cause paralysis, difficulty breathing, and even death in its most severe form, to treat glioblastoma, a brain tumor that carries a life expectancy of less than a year, may seem a little unorthodox, but hear me out. 

Dr. Matthias Gromeier and his colleagues at Duke University have successfully re-engineered the polio virus to treat brain tumors by removing one key genetic sequence.

This genetically engineered polio virus, PVS-RIPO, is not unlike other experimental treatments in the past using HIV, measles, and smallpox—but unlike these other diseases, researchers from Duke found that polio actually seeks out and attaches itself to receptors that can be found on almost every solid tumor.

Not only was this re-engineered polio virus successful in seeking out and poisoning cancerous cells, but it also completely steered clear of normal cells.

With respect to transparency, PVS-RIPO, has actually been in the works for the past 25 years. But groundbreaking steps in this potential cancer treatment were made in 2015, and that includes eradication of tumors in certain patients. The FDA is expected to make its decision on “breakthrough status” within the next year. 

Leukemia Treatment Breakthrough

Lisa and Ashleigh Richards were completely out of options after their 14-week-old daughter Layla was diagnosed with infant acute lymphoblastic leukemia in 2014.

After several chemotherapy treatments and a bone marrow transplant, doctors told the grief-stricken couple that there were no viable treatment options left to try on Layla.

Refusing to accept palliative care and watch their daughter deteriorate until her eventual death, they contacted Professor Waseem Qasim, Professor of cell and Gene Therapy at the UCL Institute of Child’s Health (ICH) and Consultant Immunologist at GOSH, who provided them with some hope.

That hope came in the form of a novel treatment in which T-cells are reprogrammed via gene therapy to identify and kill cancerous cells. Often, cancer patients are unable to produce enough T-cells to fight off the cancerous cells wreaking havoc on their body, but Qasim and his team started collected donor T-cells that were placed in a bank they dubbed UCART19 cells. They managed to help Layla significantly.

Brain-To-Brain Communication

Scientists at the University of Washington used direct brain-to-brain interfacing (BBI)—which combines neuroimaging and neurostimulation—to allow the brains of a “sender” and a “receiver” to communicate with each other through neural coding.

BBI has been used in the past to allow humans to control other animals with only their thoughts. However, it’s never been used to turn someone into a certain X-Men character who can read another human’s mind.

In an experiment lead by Professor Andrea Stocco, the content of the “sender” brain was extracted from neural signals and digitized before being re-coded in the “receiver” brain in the form of induced neural activity.

Different pairs of participants were fitted to an electroencephalography (EEG) machine and played question-answer games via their brain signals over the Internet successfully. 

3D-Printed Everything

2015 was a big year for 3D printing, and the possibilities of its potential were thoroughly explored in 2015: researchers from several universities developed a 3D-printed guide that can help regrow the sensory and motor functions of a rat’s nerves after an injury, effectively giving them the ability to regenerate damaged nerves (just like Wolverine and Deadpool).

Then when a 54-year-old cancer patient from Spain needed a portion of his rib cage and his entire sternum replaced, he clearly didn’t have many options—not too many living donors are willing or able to part with either of those.

Even if they were, no human body is the same, so finding one that would fit would be problematic. So, the minds at Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) designed a 3D-printed titanium rib cage and sternum that fit perfectly to help him.

Melt Away Cataracts

Cataracts affect all too many people, and their only solution is a painful operation that removes the clouded lens from the eye and replaces it with an artificial lens. 

But scientists developed eye drops capable of “melting” cataracts away in 2015. After the scientists discovered a naturally occurring steroid, lanosterol, they decided to test it on donated human lenses.

Not only did lanosterol significantly shrink the size of the cataract, it also prevented it from returning when administered via eye drops.

While researchers are still looking into the mechanism that allows lanosterol to melt cataracts away, they suspect that it has something to do with preventing the buildup of protein that prevents light from getting through.

While lanosterol as a treatment for cataracts has not been approved for human testing, it’s causing quite the buzz among experts.

Stem Cell Two-Dad Babies

team of researchers from around the world have reworked stem cells taken from adult skin to develop both human sperm and eggs, regardless of the donor’s gender. However, these results have never been copied by human donors until now.

Among ten different donors, researchers were able to create new human primordial germ cells that proved to be identical to the natural human stem cells they extracted from aborted fetuses (which is quite questionable).

Although this is undoubtedly a major development for couples struggling with infertility, researcher Dr. Jacob Hanna and his team believe the procedure could open the door to in vitro fertilization (IVF) for same-sex couples.  

The World's First Successful Penis Transplant

Early in 2015, Dr. André van der Merwe and his colleagues from Tygerberg Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa, performed a nine-hour operation on a 21-year-old man who lost his penis after a circumcision.

The team used microscopic surgery to connect small blood vessels and nerves together, which is similar to the technique used on face transplants.

While surgeons have attempted this procedure before on a penis, this was the first patient to have a full recovery and lasting penis function.

Unfortunately, the man returned two weeks later to have the transplant removed because his wife didn’t find it aesthetically pleasing. Poor guy!

What will you do with your medical knowledge once you complete your chosen residency or fellowship? How will you change the world of medicine? Let us know! And don’t forget to holler if you’d like some help with a personal statement, of course.