An American Medical News article, by Carolyne Krupa, highlights the heavy burdens of rising medical education costs on medical students and graduates, who leave school with extremely high debts and limited financial options. The high costs of medical education contribute to greater debts, as well as uncertainty over pursuing a career in medicine.
“Experts are concerned that some prospective physicians face sticker shock as the cost of an education continues to rise faster than inflation…”
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