- A newly-crowned medical doctor, Dr Pule, has inspired South Africans as she also took to social media to brag about her new qualification
- Mzansi women continue to climb the ladder when it comes to qualifications in the medical sector and Dr Pule is the latest
- South African social media users have taken to the comments section to congratulate the fresh doctor
Another South African has shared her amazing journey in medicine towards becoming a doctor and that is Dr Caroline Pule, so social media users have congratulated her.
According to Pule, she subscribes to the notion that to live for others is fulfilling and that it’s worth a while. She posted on Facebook:
“Medical Scientist Journey. Being a medical scientist working with medical doctors is such an amazing journey that continuously reminds me that, yes indeed a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.
“As much as medical science research is the great antidote to a poison of enthusiasm driven by curiosity to solve health problems, medicine’s aim is also to prevent disease & prolong life.
“Echoing he Hippocrates' words that “wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of humanity” and we have the same passion, to save lives in any way possible.”
Comments from followers had one thing in common, that is congratulating the newly-crowned doctor.
@Mologadi Maleka said:
“Congratulations. I am also a first-year student in medical sciences at UP. (University of Pretoria)... I can do with some mentorship if you don't mind.”
“I also want to be a medical scientist... how many years did it take you to complete?”
@TK Joy said:
“My kinswoman, fellow medical scientist in the house.”
@Nancy Kekana said:
“So inspired since it's the road I'm also taking. Congratulations.”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za recently reported that a South African woman took to Twitter to share the wonderful news that she is now a medical doctor.
The woman is named Lerato Matsheka and she shared her results from the University of the Witwatersrand on social media. Lerato began her studies in 2015 and has now met all the requirements to secure her MBChB degree from the university.
She was visibly excited to be starting a new journey in her life as a qualified doctor in Mzansi.
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