Study Singles Out Four Med Schools with Troubled Doctors

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A Hartford Courant investigation finds an unusually high number of disciplinary actions against doctors that graduated from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tenn., Howard University in Washington, D.C., Manila Central University in the Philippines and Autonomous University in Guadalajara, Mexico. The schools produce troubled doctors at about 10 times the rate of top medical schools, the study finds. Hear reporter Jack Dolan.



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