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The Shortage of Generalist Physicians and Federal Funding of Graduate Medical Education

Eugene C. Rich, MD; Steven A. Wartman, MD, PhD; Norman B. Kahn, Jr, MD; Carolyn M. Clancey, MD

Arch Fam Med. 1993;2(12):1232-1238.

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