stop complaining; it's pathetic
desire for equality: pathetic.
We all know how premeds have paid enough taxes to warrant the subsidization of their medical education
Percent of medical school graduates planning on working in an underserved community
White: 18% said yes, 42% said no, 40% undecided
Asian: 15% said yes, 37% said no, 48% undecided
Black: 50% said yes, 10% said no, 39% undecided
Hispanic: 33% said yes, 23% said no, 44% undecided
Source: Figure 31, AAMC Publication "Minorities in Medical Education, Facts & Figures 2005" https://members.aamc.org/eweb/Dynam..._prd_key=FE72A5D8-BEB9-4E30-8C83-64F2A4BD1585
So until you start providing a way to increase the number of physicians in underserved areas by accepting more asians and whites, your little whining fit about URM's isn't going anywhere
i guess future income is suddenly irrelevant
i'm glad i can see that they said they would go practice in underserved communities instead of seeing data on where they actually chose to practice but please, make all the aspersions that you want.
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