Sho Yano Is Youngest M.D. With 21 At University Of Chicago

Posted: Jun 4 2012, 9:07am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 4 2012, 9:19am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 

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With 21 I was just 2 years into my Computer Science program and more concern with where the next student party is. Sho Yano is different. He was already able to read at 2.

Sho Yano is the youngest M.D. graduating from the Chicago Medical School. He is 21 and will receive the degree this week. Sho Yano is one of these super smart kids. He was able to read with 2 years and write when he was 3.

More details and video on the Chicago Tribune.

Sho Yano is though not the youngest M.D. ever. Wikipedia lists Balamurali Ambati as the world's youngest doctor. He also holds the Guinness Book World of Record for that. Balamurali Ambati was 17 when he become the youngest M.D. in 1995.

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