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Indian origin twins promote rural medicine in Australia

The sisters earlier worked as pharmacists in a rural area and realised the importance of rural healthcare

Twins Menita and Senita Jaji are undertaking Doctor of Medicine (MD Rural Pathway) at University's Shepparton Campus. (Image - University of Melbourne)

Indian-origin twins, who are students of the University of Melbourne's Shepparton Campus, are among the second cohort of students to undertake Doctor of Medicine in a rural setting.

Pharmacist sisters, Senita and Menita Jaji took the decision to pursue medicine after becoming acquainted with the way of life in rural Victoria, a University news release noted.

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