Canton teen miraculously survives brain aneurysm with mother at her side
DETROIT – Doctors told a Metro Detroit mother that her daughter would likely die after blood vessels in the teen’s brain suddenly ruptured. Despite the odds, the teen miraculously survived. With her daughter on the brink of death the mother sold her salon to be by the teen’s side. I really, I’m just happy,” said Tiffany Bernard, whose daughter managed to survive the brain aneurysm. Doctors stated her daughter had likely suffered a brain aneurysm and would not survive.
Michigans medical schools see increase in applications
EAST LANSING, Mich. Some medical schools in Michigan are increasing their class size because they're receiving an influx of applicants during a time marked by a shortage of physicians. Meanwhile Michigan State's medical school, which has a class size of about 200 students, said it's at capacity. MSU would be required to hire more faculty and expand at its East Lansing and Grand Rapids campuses to increase their class size, Maurer said. For the incoming class of 2019, six of Michigan's medical schools received 43,602 applications, up 4,193 from 2018 and up 15,157 from 2014, which likely reflect prospective students submitting applications at multiple medical schools, the Lansing State Journal reported. The college received 6,653 applications in the last window, Ruger said, which is up from the 6,169 applications in 2019.