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Blog posts : "Medical School"

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Iranian

April 6, 2016

I have invested enormous amounts of time for several years reading about medicine, which has impressed me with the importance of looking at the big picture of a person’s overall health rather than focusing on individual problems to the exclusion of the whole.

 I left my native Iran at 7 years o…

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Medical School Admission, Nurse, HIV

March 30, 2016

As a registered nurse who has had the privilege of devoting several years to HIV research, I feel that I have a head start on many applicants to medical school as a result of my intensive exposure to numerous, critical medical issues that have helped me to better appreciate the complex dynamics of p…

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MD, Medical School, India

January 10, 2013

Growing up in India, my father was a government employee, and I led a fortunate life, one that gave me insights into the lives of the children around me, India’s have’s and have not’s.  We never forget our defining moments, turning points in which we are irrevocably changed.  The Indian government…

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MD Medical School, Bosnia & Herzegovina

December 29, 2012

Born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, I have a heritage that is rich and beautiful. While many have forgotten my homeland hosting the 1984 Winter Olympics, they readily recall the war, a time when my country saw the worst side of humanity through religious and ethnic intolerance. With any heritage, we mus…

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Medical School, Chiropractor, Hispanic

December 27, 2012

My path to and fascination with Chiropractic medicine began in the most unlikely of places, namely the football field of my high school.  As a football player, the physicality of the sport was a playful extension of what I would later come to enjoy in my work, namely kinesthetic work, and hands-on e…

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