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Trump travel ban spotlights U.S. dependence on foreign-born doctors

By NPR / Kaiser Health News  
   February 13, 2017

According to the AMA, today there are about 280,000 international medical graduates in the U.S. That's about one in four doctors practicing here. Some are U.S. citizens who have gone abroad for medical school, but most are not.


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