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5th Feb '17 3:52:13 PM Monolaf317
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Elena is rather young compared to Markus and Valerie, and states early on she doesn't care where she works as long as it's with Markus. All well and good at first, until they transfer to Caduceus. Then, she finds herself working in an even more stressful environment compared to a normal medical institute, and it starts to become apparent she doesn't have the same support network with the doctors as they have with each other. Then without much time for her to adapt, they're sequentially humiliated on TV, kidnapped and held in fear for their lives, sent into an active warzone, then serve on the second line or several major police raids. Markus and Valerie are more mature and pull through okay, but the rapid-fire experiences with [[ThereAreNoTherapists nary a psych-eval in sight]] quickly start to eat away at Elena's sanity. She can go over her notes and parrot back operation procedures, but by the end of the game, that's about all she can do. Lines like "I have faith in you suturing skills!" aren't vapid {{Narm}}, but an honest attempt by a borderline basket case to try and communicate some support when she's ready to crack inside. The worst part is she knows the doctors are more hands-on and involved than her, and she already feels like she owes Markus enough, so even if she feels fragile she doesn't dare cry out for help.

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Elena is rather young compared to Markus and Valerie, and states early on she doesn't care where she works as long as it's with Markus. All well and good at first, until they transfer to Caduceus. Then, she finds herself working in an even more stressful environment compared to a normal medical institute, and it starts to become apparent she doesn't have the same support network with the doctors as they have with each other. Then without much time for her to adapt, they're sequentially humiliated on TV, kidnapped and held in fear for their lives, sent into an active warzone, then serve on the second line or several major police raids. Markus and Valerie are more mature and pull through okay, but the rapid-fire experiences with [[ThereAreNoTherapists nary a psych-eval in sight]] quickly start to eat away at Elena's sanity. She can go over her notes and parrot back operation procedures, but by the end of the game, that's about all she can do. Lines like "I have faith in you your suturing skills!" aren't vapid {{Narm}}, but an honest attempt by a borderline basket case to try and communicate some support when she's ready to crack inside. The worst part is she knows the doctors are more hands-on and involved than her, and she already feels like she owes Markus enough, so even if she feels fragile she doesn't dare cry out for help.
31st Oct '16 5:45:56 PM Tiktalik
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[[WMG: The healing touch is actually a form of time manipulation.]]
After all, there's no way most of these things would be treatable without the doctors in question actually knowing what they're dealing with . Pempti, for example has attacks that more or less need memorized in order to beat/cure it. The doctors with it remember every time they've failed an operation. Hoffman did his best, but despite countless tries, couldn't save his patient and gave up.
18th Sep '16 2:00:27 PM Monolaf317
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Throughout Trauma Team the main doctors deal with several kinds of tumors. Phrases like "malignant" and "metastasis" are used, which in real life are associated with cancerous tumors, but "cancer" as a disease name is never used. Why? Because in the future both the medical community and the general public have recognized "cancer" as an unhelpful term since it's a catchall that can refer to any number of similar but highly varying conditions that are all treated in different ways (if bone cancer and skin cancer, for example, are caused and treated differently, and have totally different survival rates, why call them both the same disease?). Instead, a neoplasm is just referred to as a tumor, and the specific disease causing that tumor is referred by a more scientific (and more specific) name (i.e., Kaposi's Sarcoma, Malignant Melanoma, etc).

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Throughout Trauma Team the main doctors deal with several kinds of tumors. Phrases like "malignant" and "metastasis" are used, which in real life are associated with cancerous tumors, but "cancer" as a disease name is never used. Why? Because in the future both the medical community and the general public have recognized "cancer" as an unhelpful term since it's a catchall that can refer to any number of similar but highly varying conditions that are all treated in different ways (if bone cancer and skin cancer, for example, are caused and treated differently, and have totally different survival rates, why call them both the same disease?). Instead, a neoplasm is just referred to as a tumor, and the specific disease causing that tumor is referred by a more scientific (and more specific) name (i.e., Kaposi's Sarcoma, Malignant Melanoma, etc).etc).
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3rd Apr '16 7:55:22 PM CSP1220
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[[WMG: The Term "Cancer" Has Ben Done Away With]]

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[[WMG: The Term "Cancer" Has Ben Been Done Away With]]
29th Mar '16 8:38:04 AM CSP1220
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[[WMG: The "Cancer" Has Ben Done Away With]]

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[[WMG: The Term "Cancer" Has Ben Done Away With]]
29th Mar '16 8:37:47 AM CSP1220
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Brock, tired and disillusioned by his life as a gym leader and trainer left the pokémon nation and went to medical school to do something more constructive with his life. Years later he's changed his name and works as an orthopedist, though he still has his tan and constantly squinting eyes. His fondness of rock types still shows: both in his catchphrase ("Rock Solid!") and his choice to specialize in bones.

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Brock, tired and disillusioned by his life as a gym leader and trainer left the pokémon nation and went to medical school to do something more constructive with his life. Years later he's changed his name and works as an orthopedist, though he still has his tan and constantly squinting eyes. His fondness of rock types still shows: both in his catchphrase ("Rock Solid!") and his choice to specialize in bones.bones.


[[WMG: The "Cancer" Has Ben Done Away With]]
Throughout Trauma Team the main doctors deal with several kinds of tumors. Phrases like "malignant" and "metastasis" are used, which in real life are associated with cancerous tumors, but "cancer" as a disease name is never used. Why? Because in the future both the medical community and the general public have recognized "cancer" as an unhelpful term since it's a catchall that can refer to any number of similar but highly varying conditions that are all treated in different ways (if bone cancer and skin cancer, for example, are caused and treated differently, and have totally different survival rates, why call them both the same disease?). Instead, a neoplasm is just referred to as a tumor, and the specific disease causing that tumor is referred by a more scientific (and more specific) name (i.e., Kaposi's Sarcoma, Malignant Melanoma, etc).
25th Mar '16 9:03:00 PM CSP1220
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[[WMG: Hank Freebird is Brock]]
Brock, tired and disillusioned by his life as a gym leader and trainer left the pokémon nation and went to medical school to do something more constructive with his life. Years later he's changed his name and works as an orthopedist, though he still has his tan and constantly squinting eyes. His fondness of rock types still shows: both in his catchphrase ("Rock Solid!") and his choice to specialize in bones.
21st Apr '15 5:33:25 AM BOOLEAN
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[[WMG: Culurium is a different isotope of iron]]
It's firmly established in New Blood that Culurium is the base heme for artificial blood, but the reason Iron is the heme in natural human blood is because it readily bonds with oxygen. The reason why they use a different isotope is possibly because of standard Iron shortages, but there's an alternative which has been proven to work just as well as a heme in blood, why not use that and take the pressure off the supply and demand chain?
9th Oct '14 9:05:54 PM Chaosenvoy
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[[WMG: The GUILT that merged with the Twisted Rosalia was Savato.]]
Savato was made to directly attack the heart of the victim. This is the reason why the Rosalia virus settled and formed a colony directly inside. The hard shell the Twisted Rosalia made is similar to the shell of Savato, requiring great effort to fully strip away, not to mention an antisyrum had to be directly injected into both to truly destroy it. Why else would the theme for the final phase of the operation, Rosalia's G.U.I.L.T., be essentially a calmer arrangement of Mutated Savato's theme in Second Opinion, Vulnerability?

8th Dec '13 9:01:35 PM BinaryHedgehog
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[[WMG: Naomi Kimishima has a very odd sense of gallows humor]]
Ever noticed how her metaphors line up with the way the body was found?
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