When I was rotating through neurology as a medical student, one of the patients on our inpatient service was another medical student from the class above mine who was having a multiple sclerosis exacerbation.
I really have to question her decision to come to the hospital where she worked to be treated for her condition. But that aside, a lot of the things she told me about how she was treated sort of blew my mind.
Apparently, several of her attending asked her if she had ever considered switching to another profession. And honestly, it seems like it would be very hard to get through medical school and residency with multiple sclerosis, but that's her decision. It's not the job of her attendings to question her on that.
Apparently, one attending got very upset at her and told her she needed a psychiatric evaluation because she had attempted to hide her condition. In all honesty, I think it's fairly obvious why she tried to hide it.