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Life changing day for medical students

Mar 17, 2011 7:29pm
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(NECN: Anya Huneke) - From white envelopes to white coats. Some medical students in Vermont are learning where they will be hanging their stethoscopes for the next few years. Thursday was match day at the University of Vermont and schools around the country.

It's an annual tradition at medical schools across the country. It's also a very personal and life-changing experience for the students involved.

For Oli Francis and Nick Aunchman - two of the 109 students about to graduate from the University of Vermont college of medicine in Burlington - match day, which took place on St. Patrick's day this year, marked the end of an era of schooling- that seemed to fly by.
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