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Can I realistically go to medical school with a past bankruptcy?

I had a medical emergency years back when I didn’t have health insurance, and had to declare bankruptcy because of this. Banks will NOT approve anyone for a private student loan if they have a bankruptcy on their credit report, even with a co-signer. Is it possible to cover medical school tuition without private loans and without any help from my family?

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