Detroit Medical Center moves to end fight with WSU
Detroit Free Press, February 27, 2008
The Detroit Medical Center's Board of Trustees has made several conciliatory moves to try to resolve a $12-million dispute with Wayne State University's School of Medicine over physician pay. WSU representatives said they would need to cut physicians and staff, and possibly eliminate entire programs, if the dispute was not settled.
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