For too long, too many American medical school graduates have been sidelined in their careers. Students first enter a highly competitive process to be accepted into medical school. Then they commit years to studying to become doctors. Most students also take out significant student loan debt — $250,000 on average — for their education. After all that, thousands of U.S. doctors are stopped in their career tracks when they can’t obtain taxpayer-funded medical residencies. Without a residency at a teaching hospital, a doctor cannot be licensed and thus cannot practice medicine.

This has been the widely unreported and unaddressed issue…

Maria K. Fotopoulos

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