Med schools grow as economy tanks
AP/Yahoo News, March 12, 2009
Responding to warnings of a looming doctor shortage, existing medical schools are increasing enrollment, and new ones are opening or under development across the county. Medical school expansion plans are rushing ahead despite the severe economic downturn, even in the battered home of the nation's struggling auto industry.
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