Lifelines began as one student’s dream back in 2002 as he commenced his first year of medical school. Sai Li envisioned a literary journal that could break through the “humdrum routine” to see this “true poetry of life.” After a year and a half of hard work by numerous medical students, faculty, members of the community, and with the endurance of our administrative advisor, Shawn O’Leary, Lifelines became a reality.
We continue with this mission:
to be a thread winding amongst all those who have been touched by the medical experience, and to weave a literary tapestry offering the much-needed creative outlet for health-care providers and patients alike.
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