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Pharmacy Personal Statement Over the course of my life, I have been confronted with many obstacles, yet one core passion has kept me focused: that of my desire to enter the medical profession as a pharmacist. I came to the United States when I was seventeen, relatively late to enter the U.S. school system, but I was still able to become a part of the Honors Program at the College of the Canyons as a pre-pharmacy major, with a focus in chemistry. I had already worked at my aunt's pharmacy, and seeing how the work of a pharmacist could make such a difference in people's daily lives cemented my decision to pursue the profession. While at College of the Canyons I was a participant in the EOPS (Educational Opportunity Programs and Services) and volunteered at the pharmacy of Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital in Valencia. The latter enabled me to continue to learn about the field from a hands-on perspective. I also volunteered for the Cancer Society and tutored calculus. As part of the honors program I submitted a

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However, after losing my brother in a car accident in 2005, I was forced to interrupt my education to help my parents through this difficult time. I attended several universities afterwards including University of California-Irvine (UCI), California State University-Fullerton (CSUF), followed by DeVry University and some online classes.
Finally, now that my family is stable once again and moving on from my brother's death, I feel that I am able to pursue my pharmacy…

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