Medicine: Score on Schools

The American Medical Association, whose censors have made admission to U. S. medical schools exceedingly difficult and graduation from foreign medical schools virtually useless, last week set up a vigorous complaint against U. S. medical schools which are undermining its program for a highly exclusive profession. The A. M. A.'s chief means of forcing medical schools to abide by its high-minded policies is to exclude them from its list of "Approved Medical Schools."

Dropped this autumn for that reason was University of West Virginia's medical school at Morgantown. Dropped last year and again blacklisted...

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