Suppose that you can get an unsubsidized loan or a subsidized loan for your med school education costs. But if you want a subsidized loan, you have to agree to go into general medicine or family practice. (These loans exist.) Would this convince you to go into general medicine? I was just thinking about economic incentives and their effect on physician supply. These incentives must work in some way - the loan mentioned above must increase the number of general practitioners. But I'm looking for some anecdotal evidence that they work <img border="0" title="" alt="[Wink]" src="wink.gif" /> So would you choose your career path based on what loans you could get?