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C.B. Mosher's 'Med School Culture Shock' On Valley Writers Read

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This week on Valley Writers Read, local author C.B. Mosher reads his story “Med School Culture Shock.”   The program deals with what it takes to become a licensed medical doctor.  Our author, who is a physician, describes the struggles he faced going to med school.  You have to pass many lecture and lab classes that familiarize you with medical concepts, practices and  procedures – not to mention residences in various hospitals.

Franz Weinschenk, his parents and his older brother Fritz were indeed lucky to get out of Germany just before World War II. For a while they lived in Brooklyn, N.Y., before moving to Madera, CA. He graduated from Madera High and Fresno State. From 1948 to 1952 he taught at Edison High School in Fresno after which he was drafted and served in the US Army for two years.
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