Kychelle Del Rosario has experienced plenty of highs and lows as a medical student. A patient at Wake Forest University’s hospital ridiculed her pronoun badge, which read “She/Her,” prompting an uproar among students and professors alike. According to the school, Del Rosario lashed out at the patient for mocking the badge – but instead of being expelled, it looks like the “woke” student will be back on rounds before you know it.

The medical student told me that she purposefully missed a man’s vein while drawing his blood because he mocked her ID badge and how it read: “she” and “her,” which indicate her preferred pronouns.

The medical student has now changed her tale, claiming that she missed the patient’s vein by accident and hadn’t done it on purpose to get back at him for ridiculing her badge. Some people on social media, however, are concerned that the Wake Forest University med student altered her account simply to preserve her medical career.

Wake Forest conducted an investigation into her conduct and sided with the “woke” student, claiming that the material of her tweets did not represent what occurred in the hospital when she was there with a male patient.

Despite the fact that Twitter users had various feelings about Del Rosario’s tweet, other university students rallied behind her, another medical student, Ewen Liu, believes that the man was compelled to become wedged twice since it was a “karma-tic” response to him making fun of her name badge.

Meanwhile, Wake Forest University School of Medicine stated that they began an investigation into the matter as soon as their executives became aware of Del Rosario’s tweet, which read: “I had a patient I was doing a blood draw on to see my pronoun pin and loudly laugh to the staff ‘She/her? Well, of course, it is! What other pronouns even are there? It?’ I missed his vein, so he had to get stuck twice.”

The university said in a statement, “Our documentation verifies that after the student physician was unsuccessful in obtaining the blood draw, the student appropriately deferred a second attempt to one of our certified professionals. The student did not attempt to draw blood again.”

Despite the fact that it was an “accident,” according to the “woke” student, she apologized with the following statement.

“I am writing this as an apology for a very irresponsible tweet that I sent on Twitter that I highly regret. For the event mentioned in the tweet, I was performing a blood draw on a patient, and during our conversation, they had shown dismay at my pronoun pin. I calmly shared my thoughts about pronouns and did not escalate the situation further. When I was doing the blood draw, I missed the first time due to my inexperience as a student, and per our policy, my supervisor performed the successful blood draw the second time. During this encounter, I never intended to harm the patient. I am truly sorry for poorly representing our school and our health system. I will reflect on responsible social media use as a professional and my duty to care for all my patients, regardless of any differences of belief.”