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Monday, October 4, 2010

Physician Shortage Worse Than Anticipated

The Association of American Medical Colleges just released a report detailing that physician shortages in the near future could be much worse than originally anticipated. If the number of residency training positions are not increased, in only 10 years, the US could face a shortage of 90,000 doctors. This shortage will affect all specialties -- not only primary care.

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