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A perfect match

 "" PHOTO -- Nikon Sandulyak, center, is all smiles during a press conference earlier this summer announcing the restoration of his sight through an artificial
cornea. He was accompanied by his wife, Klavdiya, left, and daughter, Olena Hays, right, a UC Davis physician assistant student.
  All of the UC Davis School of Medicine graduates who participated in the National Resident Matching Program this year found out they had been accepted into residency programs.
All of the UC Davis School of Medicine graduates who participated in the National Resident Matching Program this year found out they had been accepted into residency programs.
   

Excitement reigned on March 18 when all of the UC Davis School of Medicine graduates who participated in the National Resident Matching Program this year found out they had been accepted into residency programs. Almost half of the UC Davis graduates selected residencies in primary care programs: family practice, general pediatrics and internal medicine. The majority (73 percent) of graduates will be in programs in California. About 17 percent will be at UC Davis Medical Center, while about 27 percent were accepted into programs in other states. A total of 86 UC Davis students participated in the national matching program this year.


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