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Jimmy Tam Huy Pham

No you are not. I entered medical school at age 30 and thought that I would be the oldest one. I was wrong. My classmates range anywhere from 25 years of age to 40 years old. Entering medical school, even at age 40, would allow you to become a primary care physician by age 47. Feel free to contact me if you have further questions.

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Jimmy Tam Huy Pham