As a senior medical student going into Internal Medicine, preparing for residency sometimes
seems daunting. My parents, both internists, tell me the key is reading about my patients'
problems every day. There is no question to me that the source for that reading is Harrison's.
I have depended on Harrison's to teach me pathophysiology, diagnosis, and approach to patient care
since I began my clinical clerkships, and I will continue to depend upon it when I put on the long
white coat, just as my parents still do.
Wayne State University School of Medicine