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Public policy needs to adapt to the growing speed of medical advances.
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Premed students should self-evaluate – not panic – after a semester of less-than-perfect grades.
Study measured levels in 8,600 Americans
Flashlights, reflective tape and large groups can help keep kids safe
Undergraduate research can help students solidify medical school interests and build a network.
Students can use mock interviews to practice articulating why they're interested in a certain specialty.