- A lady's long term dream of contributing her quota to the reconstruction of burn parts is finally materialising
- The elated lady named Harriet Kiwanuka announced that she got accepted into the Harvard Plastics and Surgery program
- This comes 16 years after Harvard hospital helped save her mum's life
It is a dream come true for a young lady as she recently got accepted into Harvard.
An elated Harriet Kiwanuka said, in a post on Twitter, that she was finally going to achieve her aspiration of playing a role in the reconstruction of burn parts as the Harvard Plastics and Surgery program has admitted her.
Harriet recalled how Harvard hospital had helped save her mum's life 16 years ago.
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According to her, she was 11 when her mum had a house fire accident and suffered serious injuries.
Ger tweet reads:
"When I was 11, a house fire badly injured my mother. I dreamed that one day I would play a role in the reconstruction of burn pts. 16 yrs later, I will be training as a plastic & recons. surgeon in the hospitals that saved her life, at my #1 program @HarvardPlastics #MatchDay2021"
@i3impact reacting to her tweet said:
"My father is a retired plastic & recon surgeon. A lifetime of burn, injury, cleft lip + palate, etc. work. He is 89 yrs old. He STILL gets thank you cards from adults who he operated on when they were children. You have chosen an incredibly meaningful career. Congratulations!"
"Wow, we are blessed with so many amazing, intelligent women in America. So proud to see so many achieve their life’s dreams."
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"Bless you, Harriet! And the best to you in your studies and career!"
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a garbage collector that was abandoned by her mum at 8 had got admission into Harvard Law School.
Legit.ng notes that after his mother left, he and his brother were raised by their father who had to work three jobs.
The 24-year-old said:
“I was probably too young to notice some of the things that happened, but I know it was bad."