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They wear winning smiles, dress shirts, ties, skirts and pumps. For 60 minutes, more than 30 UNMC medical students rotated through 15 specialties in search of a perfect career match.

They sit across from one another in a brightly lit room and cram a lifetime of experiences into nine minutes.

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