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These twin sisters graduated at the top of their Doctoral Program



Two twin sisters were always able to excel in their education together, now they are celebrating another milestone together—graduating at the top of their class in their doctoral program.

Obtaining a degree from an accredited college or university is no easy feat.

LaTonya and LaToya Harris made news back in 2010 when they graduated from high school as the top two students in their graduating class as reported by the Dallas Morning News.

After high school, the Texas-born twins went on to earn their bachelor’s and master’s in sports management from UT Austin before continuing on to obtain their second master’s degree in clinical nutrition and their doctorate degrees in chiropractic medicine at Parker University in Dallas.

The sisters recall naturally wanting to accomplish their goals together growing up as they both cheered on the other to excel in their academic pursuits.

“We don’t recall a time when we haven’t liked the same things. Our parents always left the decision up to us.

They always wanted us to do what we wanted, and they never forced us to do anything the same.

We both agree that we wouldn’t change anything about our journey because we understand that God planned it to happen exactly as it has, even if we didn’t,”

The twins said in an interview with our News Agency. “Your best friend gets to come to work with you every day.

We are more efficient because we already know what each other is thinking,” the Harris sisters said to Because Of Them We Can.

“We can just look at each other and know what needs to be said or done next. We make one another so much better.”

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The sisters went on to say that their ultimate goal is to open their own clinic and create a scholarship for people of color pursuing careers in the medical field.

“We feel we work much better together than apart,” the sisters added to Because Of Them We Can.

“We would love to have established our own practice in addition to a scholarship fund and mentorship program for minority doctors

We desperately want to help change the narrative of healthcare.”

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