A small pilot program reflects an alarming trend in America's medical institutions.
The New England Journal of Medicine raises vital questions about its own published research
The New England Journal of Medicine tries—and fails—to answer
And the loss of private practice
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Too often, bureaucratic authority is unearned and unwarranted.
Why should we care about the opinions of aspiring doctors?
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