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      As institutions, training programs and clinicians do their best to identify and address implicit biases, this study offers an objective perspective on the language selected by urology residency applicants in their personal statements. Over the last few years, we have witnessed a welcome revolution to the personal statement as they have actually become…more personal. This aspect of the application is under complete control of the applicant and offers the opportunity to present a small window into their personality, values, interests, goals, motivations, and pathway to urology (among many things).
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