As draws near, more of the technological natives are earning their ranks among these established fields. For example, the average age of matriculating medical students for the year was 24, which means the average medical student is a millennial. One prominent consequence is that doctors are becoming much more technologically savvy as medical techniques, procedures, and protocols evolve with the incoming influx of millennial medical students. As with any advancement in technology, there are new uncharted legal questions which arise almost as quickly as the technology itself springs to life. Telemedicine has grown increasingly popular over the last several years. In a conscious effort to be more connected with the younger generation, doctors are charting avenues to interact with their patients in new and innovative ways, beyond the scope of conventional telemedicine. As this practice has emerged, the potential for legal mishap closely followed. This emerging trend is crossing into a new plane of legality that has never been addressed before. What happens when the patient who is texting a picture of their genitals to their doctor is a minor?
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In other words, eternal marriage really is worth it, I think. God knows the big picture. They don't want to accept that someone can understand the doctrine and choose to reject it. He just saw someone die or gave a devastating diagnosis or did an incredibly complex surgery with potential complications.