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Medical School Applicants on the Decline

NPR's Patricia Neighmond reports on a new survey in the Journal of the American Medical Association which shows a decline in the number of students applying to medical school. Experts say the booming economy and wider choices in the health care field could be among the reasons for the decline. Some say doctor complaints about long hours and less pay could also be factors.

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