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Are Med Schools Preparing Doctors for Practice?

stethoscope.jpegTo become a physician, students spend a minimum of eight years studying. But when they enter medical practice, a recent study shows that they've missed out on some important lessons in their training.  House doctor Brian Goldman has the details.

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