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Pablo Fuentes: one in 6 medicine graduates in Santiago | New Web Journal | santiago del estero

A few days ago, the province saw the graduation of the first batch of medicine career students in Santiago del Estero from the Faculty of Medical Sciences of UNSE (University of Santiago del Estero). Now the second waste will come out in October-November and this time there will be a total of six.

They are: Pablo Fuentes, Juliet del Castillo, Florencia Duran, Carolina Ciencia, Belén Aguirre and Ana Carranza (all of them from the capital city). From now on, the waste will be disposed of every two months.

One of them, Pablo Fuentes, spoke exclusively with Nuevo Dario to share his experience and part of his life story. A special childhood in the interior, as his mother was a rural teacher and his father was a tireless worker. The two supported him at all times to follow his decision and now, at only 25 years old, he will be a fresh graduate and a future doctor. He is an only child and currently lives in the Smata neighborhood of the capital city.

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“It has been a lot of experience to carry out a career, medicine is very difficult. What you have to read and study not only in terms of the theoretical material, but also and above all because of the practice. There have been hours and hours of study, reading and practice until everything is fine”, the young student begins his story.

When asked about the complexities and sacrifices that existed, he insisted: “Of course I had to sacrifice moments with friends, family and close people in order to be able to study. But it has been a very prosperous phase, as one is training as a professional. The professional who will be tomorrow depends on him. My parents always supported and supported me. I also got a lot of help and presence from my teammates in the race and that’s very important.”

He also added: “Now they are pure feelings and mixed feelings, waiting for this phase to be completed. My family and friends are a fundamental pillar and are present. I have been fortunate enough to have had a good time with Damien on topics and Having the chance to share most of his career, having been one of the first five graduates.

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About going through the pandemic and the specialty he has chosen, Pablo explained: “It was quite a challenge and going through the pandemic was something special for us students. Because it was just the transition of race where we see a lot that is related to exercise more than anything”.

“The teachers, who are mostly health professionals and were involved in the health work in the pandemic, carried their careers on their shoulders and were with us all the time,” he said.

In his particular case, Pablo said that he had already decided that he would pursue cardiology as a specialty. Which is going to happen completely here in the state.

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