Re: republicans not the only ones in war on women
Please refer to post#83 on this thread Tater, and re-read. I had 2 reference sources posted regarding this topic.
Originally Posted by Common-Tater
In one of those links, at the very beginning of the article you will find the following statement:
Already one in four physicians practicing in the U.S. was trained in a foreign country, the Times reports, noting that statistic includes some U.S. residents who studied overseas. And the demand for foreign physicians is expected to remain high: the Council on Physician and Nurse Supply estimates that the U.S. will face a shortage of 200,000 physicians in a decade.
Time magazine also covers the topic of the shortage of American trained Doctors in one of the April issues (I believe it's April 24). You need a subscription to read their link. If you have a subscription, you may find the article informative on this topic.
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