Hey guys, some what wired question. I will try to keep it concise. I plan to serve in my home country after I graduate from Med school and after going through the whole res..licensure etc etc etc. I gained my motivation for medicine from living in this area i.e. i grew up there. so that's my mother land. I am now in U.S. If I make my motivations clear to med school (in interviews, if the ques comes up and it probably will, given my backgrd), that I would like to go back to my home country to provide medical care in those neglected areas, Would med school consider it taking advantage of U.S med schools to go work in your own country?Yes there are med school in that country, but not enough. I will be working in the neglected and medically underserved areas where I grew up. I feel especially motivated becuase it is in a region that most people would not think of as medically underserved. I personally have experienced the problems that these people go through so I have strong reasons to serve there. so the question again: Would med schools consider it taking advantage of U.S med schools to go work in your own country? opinions???