Medicine: Home Market Protection

With one physician to every 800 citizens, the U. S. medical profession feels itself crowded. In Chicago last month four national medical bodies, meeting under the leadership of Dr. Ray Lyman Wilbur, determined to cut down the influx of new men into the ranks in at least one direction : from schools abroad. Last week the Federation of State Medical Boards announced new regulations to govern U. S. students who, unable to get into a U. S. medical school, study abroad, go home to practice. Such a student now must:

1) Before he...

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