By Josh Katzowitz, WCI Content Director

On a recent family trip to the city where my wife attended medical school, we took a tour of the campus and slipped into the medical center building where she took most of her first- and second-year classes.

We gazed at portraits of former professors that were hung on the walls, some of whom she remembered, and she reminisced to our kids about campus life and about all the places she used to haunt with her classmates. For a brief moment, we opened the doors of the main auditorium in the medical school and stepped inside, remembering her white coat ceremony and explaining to the children about how, four years later, this was also the location where she and her classmates had their Match Day celebration.

In that space all those years ago, it was an hour of nerves and labored breathing and

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