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The high cost of a medical education

The high cost of a medical education

With the cost of medical school topping $250,000, becoming a doctor means going into debt.

In the summer of 1957, Warren D. Widmann, M.D. ’61, HS ’67, earned his first year’s tuition for the School of Medicine by waiting tables at a hotel on the New Jersey shore. And he had money left...

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Medicine and the military

Medicine and the military

Life in the armed forces offers some physicians a chance to serve both country and patients.

Scott Hines, M.D. ’99, made quite an impression when he showed up for his admissions interview at the School of Medicine. Proud of his position as a flight test officer in the U.S. Navy, he wore his...

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