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DrMartich 2 points

What type of cancer was it? Congrats btw you’re awesome

peachlinen 2 points

It was a germ cell tumor, thanks so much!!

Kshtzgupta151 1 point

Oh I study about it

peachlinen 1 point

I looked through your profile and saw you’re a medical student. Have you heard of it before, what all do you know if so?

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hesiii 1 point

Wonderland Trail in Washington state is 93 mile loop around Mt. Rainier in Mt. Rainer National Park. Great trail:

They do have a permitting process to get campsites. They're currently accepting applications up until April 1, at which point they'll have lottery to assign sites, although 30% or so are saved for "walk up" reservations on day you leave. Need to read about the process, it's a little complicated:

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FarAwayLove265 1 point

Elk Lake Resort to Ollalie Lake in Oregon! Gorgeous scenery :) going to do it this July and I know someone who also hike that part with her father and it went well :)

peachlinen 1 point

thank you 💜

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runninger 8 points

You can do a lot of things with a polisci major, and I don't think it's a bad idea. At schools like Stanford and Harvard, you have the chance to make a lot of connections. But no matter where you go, experience matters, so just make sure to have internships and experience. Any major is what you make of it, though.

peachlinen 2 points

Yeah that's what I'm worried about, the connections part. I know it will be easier at those schools, and less so at other ones. But you are right about any major is what you make of it! thanks!

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