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Does Curriculum Make a Difference?

A Comparison of Family Physicians With and Without Rheumatology Training During Residency

Gary Schwartz, MD; Joel H. Merenstein, MD; Frank D'Amico, PhD; Amrit Agarwal, MD

Arch Fam Med. 1994;3(3):263-267.

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