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Victor Agbafe is learning to juggle medical school and law school – at the same time.
After being accepted to eight Ivy League schools, Victor Agbafe chose and graduated from Harvard. He now attends the University of Michigan Medical School and Yale Law School.
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“Merging the language of medicine and law is key to achieving the broader impact I want to have,” Agbafe said, according to a report.
Agbafe, of Wilmington, North Carolina, said he would go back and forth between schools.
He is currently studying for his USMLE Step 2-CK board exams which assess students’ proficiency in diagnosing diseases and performing other tasks. He will then take a break from medical school and head to Yale to begin law school this summer.
“I chose Yale over acceptances from Harvard, Columbia, Georgetown, Duke and other law schools,” Agbafe said.
Agbafe says he plans to return to the University of Michigan for his final year of medical school in the summer of 2026.
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“I want to mix a mix of surgery, sort of into the daily stream, I’m really interested in cancer care,” Agbafe said. “And you know, how you can resect tumors, but also the reconstruction aspect of things.”
“I also want to be involved in health policy, you know, and making sure people have affordable health care and access to care and making sure prescription drugs are affordable,” he said. he adds.