MUA Gateway Program graduate Chandi Patel quote for MUA : " I just also wanted to say thank you for the opportunity given to me this past May for the Gateway Medical Program. I learned a lot from the program itself and the rigorousness of professional school in general. I feel that the program has well prepared me for medical while giving me the opportunity to adjust to life on the island. The Gateway Program is literally a blessing in disguise.”
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