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Explaining to their peers who they are and their background has proven to be difficult. That’s weird Lia: We’ll have to talk 2girl: oh wait, you guys don’t like know each other? I was interested in medical, but then I started like realizing how much I hate math and biology (laughter) Hibah: But, I honestly like biology right now.
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