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Stanford Medicine’s white coat and stethoscope ceremony, in pictures

Friday was a big day for Stanford's 90 new medical students, who - as my colleague Tracie White once eloquently put it - took their "symbolic first step on a journey to physicianhood." The school's white coat and stethoscope ceremony was held in the afternoon, and photographer Norbert von der Groeben was there to capture some special moments.

Previously: Stanford Medicine’s commencement, in picturesMedical students start "transformational" journey and "Something old and something new" for Stanford medical students

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