Graduating medical students face unexpected hurdles in continuing their education


BEING A DOCTOR CAN BE ONE OF THE MOST REWARDING THINGS A PERSON CAN DO. TODAY, MORE THAN FIFTY MED STUDENTS TOOK THE FIRST STEP IN WHAT THEY HOPE WILL BE A LONG CAREER. CAMERON JACOBS ATTENDED A WHITE COAT CEREMONY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF MEDICINE IN ROCKFORD. CAMERON, TODAY WAS A PROUD MOMENT FOR THEM. ((CAMERON)) THAT’S RIGHT ERIC. I SPOKE WITH A FEW OF THE STUDENTS. THEY TOLD ME JUST GETTING TO THIS POINT IS AN AMAZING FEELING. BUT, ONCE THEY GRADUATE, THEY COULD FACE ANOTHER CHALLENGE THAT NO AMOUNT OF STUDYING WILL HELP SOLVE. Gabriel Moreno, 1st Year Medical Student, Boylan Gradate “Coming to these things today has a sense of accomplishment.” GABRIEL MORENO IS ONE STEP CLOSER TO ACCOMPLISHING HIS DREAM OF BECOMING A DOCTOR. BY RECEIVING HIS WHITE COAT, HE’S NO LONGER PRE-MED. MORENO’S NOW A MED STUDENT.

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