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Fijian trio graduate from Cuba medical school

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Update: 5:02PM THREE Fijians who were in the first batch from Fiji to study medicine in Cuba have successfully completed their studies and have graduated as medical doctors.

According to Dr Asil Kant Ram, his seven-year study duration with Dr Rick Edward Fong and Dr Masikerei Vunicagi was conducted in the Spanish language.

Dr Ram who was also a recipient of the Gold Medal Title from the University of Medical Science of Camaguey, Cuba was one of the five foreign students to get the title.

"We have made Fiji proud only through the support of the Fijian Government and through the prayers of the people of Fiji," Dr Ram said.

Meanwhile, Dr Vunicagi and Dr Fong graduated from University of Medical Sciences in Guantanamo, Cuba on July 22, 2017.

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