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Residency, Resilience, and Rap Music -Q&A with Cleavon Gilman, MD, an emergency physician and hip-hop artist

By Shannon Firth (@shannonfirth) Washington Correspondent, MedPage Today

MedPage Today: Do you remember your first song?
The first real song I ever wrote was called “I Never Asked to be Born,” which was a letter to my biological father, following the death of my stepfather who had HIV/AIDS due to a heroin overdose, while I was in Navy boot camp in Great Lakes, Michigan.

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Looking forward, I’m going to continue to create medicine-related hip-hop songs, which I hope will ultimately get high school and college students interested in medicine…

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“He worked with two doctors and a dentist in Iraq who took him under their wing and convinced him that he was smart enough to be a physician himself. So, he enrolled in a community college in San Diego County, transferred to UC Berkeley and did post-bachelor’s work in physiology after graduating from Cal.”

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