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angel80

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Notorious D.O.C. said:
Allergy/Immunology, Cardio, GI

I agree. Cards and GI because that's where the big bucks are and everyone wants to do them, and Allergy/Immuno because there are so few spots.
 

Major0909

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My understanding is that there has been a Hem/Onc explosion in recent years for IM grads putting it right in the borderline top tier range

I've always considered it in the "2nd tier" range- very competitive but still a relatively big step down from Cardio/GI

Can anybody shed some light on what direction Hem/Onc will be going as far as competitiveness and demand?
 
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poormansDO

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can somebody please fill this list out for me:

highly competitive fellowships of IM:


middle competitive fellowships of IM:


non-competitive fellowships of IM:



thank you. i would really appreciate it.
 

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Have a feeling my PDs LOR is going to be average. Any takes on what to do to improve my chance of getting into fellowship. My hem-onc LORs are going to be excellent. Does it compensate.
 
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