There was a new article recetly published on the internet about getting into medical school. It is available at: http://188.8.131.52/it/career/1999/01/15career.html As always, I don't agree with the way osteopathic medicine is portrayed in the article. Nor was I very impressed with the individuals they interviewed concerning it. I never object to people stating that osteopathic medicine is a fallback option for many, but they should also contact individuals who sincerely CHOOSE to become osteopathic physicians. I especially enjoyed the following segment: "You can either be a doctor or an osteopath," says Casey Dellabarca, a 27-year-old medical student at Trinity College in Dublin. "Going to a foreign country to study at one of their top universities is more appealing than studying osteopathy." Casey sounds very bright and well informed (for someone raised in a bomb shelter).