More U.S. medical schools open to answer demand

02/15/2010 | NYTimes.com

Almost two dozen medical schools have opened recently or plan to open soon, a trend that could help to correct an enrollment imbalance of students going abroad for medical training while U.S. hospitals bring in foreign-trained and foreign-born physicians to fill medical residencies. Some of the new schools plan to focus on training doctors to serve primary care needs in immigrant and disadvantaged communities.

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