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Student: 'We're graduating a premier group of new doctors'

03:44

Thirty-six students at the University of Central Florida graduated debt-free Friday. Four years ago, UCF had just broken ground on its medical school. It had no accreditation, no faculty, and needed to lure the nation’s top students to an unknown school, so they offered to give each med student free tuition and covered all their living expenses. A dean and some of the graduates, in their own words.