25 May 2020 | 34 mins 50 secs
In this candid chat with MIPS, intern Dr Toon Ong, opens up about how 11 April 2020 almost derailed not only his career in medicine, but his life. On that morning, Dr Ong awoke to symptoms of a right thalamic bleed, which he later discovered was caused by a cavernoma in his thalamic region. You’ll be warmed by his positive spirit and his perspective on his tragedy as a “silver lining”. Dr Ong expressed his gratitude to his doctors for his recovery and MIPS for helping him avoid a formal undertaking with AHPRA.
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