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- Mar 7, 2013
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There were ms-1 students on my interview day that said they choose DO over MD because of location. I don't think the title means much to me since I'm planning to go into primary care--internal medicine--GI. I don't wanna be in school forever for one of those surgery specialties or etc.Wow. You must've really loved western to choose it over an md school. I don't know if it's number one for stats. Tcom in Texas has similar stats I think. I don't think a school is necessarily the best because the stats are high. Tuition at western is sky high isn't it?
I think having the MD "advantage" is for more competitive specialties/subspecialties and those thinking it'll be an ego boost over a DO.