A match made in medical school

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Medical school forges a bond of commonality where relationships are often a natural outgrowth for many medical students. For two med students in particular, volunteering at University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine (UNR Med) Student Outreach Clinics brought them closer than they ever could have imagined.

Though Lance Horner was born in California and Aradhana Mehta in West Virginia, they both ended up in Reno for high school. They both attended the University of Nevada, Reno and graduated in 2013. Lance earned a bachelor of science degree in biochemistry & molecular biology and Aradhana earned bachelor of science degree in biology. Though they didn’t meet until medical school, they both chose UNR Med to stay close to their families in Reno.

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