S.D. medical school may cut family practice training to 3 years

The University of South Dakota's Sanford School of Medicine is considering shortening the family practice curriculum from four years to three years in an effort to get more primary care physicians to work in the state. The shorter program would save students money and get them into paying residency programs sooner.

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