100th Lucidicus Kit Awarded!

 Posted by on 7 February 2012 at 2:00 pm  Activism, Health Care
Feb 072012

I’m rather late in reposting this January 17th announcement from Jared Rhodes of The Lucidicus Project… but this milestone is fantastic, and I wanted to publicly applaud Jared’s work to promote free markets among our future doctors!

I’m proud to announce that today The Lucidicus Project hit a nice milestone: we’ve awarded our 100th kit! The 100th kit went to Alexander G., a third-year medical student at Boston University.

You can read about Alexander and all the other recipients here.

The Lucidicus Project is a student outreach program that I started in 2005. We give out a “self-defense kit” of books and essays to medical students who are interested in learning about the moral and economic case for capitalism in medicine.

I think it’s great that there is a popular movement brewing against Obamacare, but I believe it is absolutely critical to have doctors on board, too. We’re cultivating that by reaching out to tomorrow’s healthcare leaders–namely, medical students–while they are young and still open to new ideas.

Our next goal is to reach recipient number 200 a lot faster. I’d like to thank everyone who has donated or supported the project in the past in any way. And for anyone interested in doing so now, just go to Support The Center. Or, if you can’t help out financially, then just spreading the word online and offline is extremely helpful, too. You never know who is listening!


Jared Rhoads
Center for Objective Health Policy

Congratulations, Jared!

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