The 5 most important speeches in medical school history

The speech of the year has arrived!

As students prepare to graduate from medical school, here are the five most important ones.

Read MoreThe speech of The First Time That The World Has Ever Seen Dr. Anthony Giddens, MD (Astrobiology, Stanford)This is an award that was originally created for students graduating from medical schools in the United States. 

In his speech, Dr. Anthony Galvin, MD, the chair of the Department of Surgery, spoke about the importance of his colleagues in the field and the importance of the profession. 

His speech touched on everything from the difference between being a scientist and a doctor, to the impact of the fascism in the US, and how we can make the world a better place. 

He exited the room with a familiar look. Dr Galvin was a medical doctor from an early age, he told his audience, but he knew he wanted to be a doctor when he was in his mid-20s. 

When he was 14 years old, his mother died from cancer, and he went to college at Syracuse University in the United States and was accepted to the University of South Florida. 

After medical school, Dr Galvin decided to leave his country and move to the US for a better future. 

To this day, a large portion of his speech is about the people who are working to make his country a better country. 

The speech of A Time For Hope Dr Rana Adande, MD (Pharmaceutical Medical Laboratory, University of Illinois, Chicago)This speech was designed to help Dr Adande find a way to make her patients feel safe after she was hospitalized during her first hospitalization with acute non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. 

She had a good first episode and, despite her previous accidents, she was very positive that she could return to her normal working life and that she would make good friends in the community and help others across the world. 

At the time, I was just 19 years old and I was looking for someone to support me and be there for me as I faced my first serious accident. 

My father was an entrepreneur and he had the opportunity to start his own company and wanted to share his success with people in need. 

I felt a responsibility to share his story and help him get back on his feet. 

Through his words and the positive feelings I shared with him, my father got his life back. 

A Time For Peace Dr Marcella DeRienzo, MD(Pharmacy, Yale University)This speech is the most important speech in medical school history for those who graduate from medical school. 

While Dr DeRienzos speech is unique for medical college graduates, it is similar to his father’s speech. 

Although Dr DuRienzos speech focuses on the medical industry and is a celebration of medical research and medical leadership at Yale University, her speech was also taken from the heart of Dr DeRiozos father, Dr Darryl. 

With his death from a heart attack in March 2018, Darryl was the most respected doctor in his hometown of Westfield, Indiana. 

It was this dignity that Dr DuRiolos father would encourage his son to follow. 

As Dr Robert DuRiozes went on to serve his community for the next 16 years, this speech was hearkened by his family and his own experience of living through personal death in front of a camera. 

There were several different types of tears dropped during Dr Du Riozoso speech, which had been experienced by Dr De Riozes son,