I've read all the previous threads that discuss this issue, but I'm still at a standstill on where I should go. PLEASE HELP! I've lived in LA all my life, I speak Spanish, and I want to use that skill to my advantage after I graduate, so it would seem that USC would be an obvious choice, since it has a heavily concentrated Latino population. BUT at the same time, like I said, I've lived in LA ALL MY LIFE and would like to experience something new since I've been given the chance. Plus UCSF is not too shabby of a school... I'm either thinking of doing a residency and becoming a clinical practitioner where I can work specifically with diabetes patients or other chronically ill patients. OR I plan on opening up my own pharmacy sometime down the line in a Spanish speaking concentrated area. OR possibly both. One of my main concerns among many others is that if I DO end up going to UCSF and want to come back down to practice, I will be at a disadvantage since I'm not part of the "Trojan Family". Any suggestions/insight anyone can give me? I'm leaning towards UCSF, but the USC family keeps on tugging at me.. Thanks in advance!