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He Made a Promise To His Mother When He Was 5, And Has Fulfilled It By Becoming A Doctor

"It took me 9 years to get here. 3 years of BSc, financially excluded twice. Spent 2 years working 3 jobs to raise tuition money then 4 years of medicine. I slept hungry in the 24hour library but today I walked that stage again as Dr Leyka."

He Made a Promise To His Mother When He Was 5, And Has Fulfilled It By Becoming A Doctor
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