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At 16, Marty Weisel was having a fine time in high school. Then his family made aliya. “My mother always thought about making aliya, but it wasn’t a thing until two years before we did. When they offered the dental boards in English, my father said that now it’s a possibility because he could work as a dentist in Israel. He passed the exam and the house sold quickly. It all happened very fast.
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