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Trump’s travel ban challenged as study proves ability of foreign-trained doctors
 

Trump’s travel ban challenged as study proves ability of foreign-trained doctors

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Elderly hospitalised US patients may have lower mortality rates if they are attended by foreign-trained doctors, compared to those US-trained, a Harvard study suggests. Amid President Trump’s 90-day ban on citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US, what does this mean for America’s healthcare landscape?
 
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7 Feb 2017 - General
 
Mahmoud AbdelAziz
In my opinion the merging between two different cultures will off course give a rich result.
Foreign doctors leaving their countries to choose a well based country like america, seeking to continue their studies and succeed in their work, doing their best preventing any minor mistake in their work.
I think that is why they are considered better than us doctors concerning mortality r...
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Thank you for sharing this article Mahmoud AbdelAziz . This specific issue has been previously shared by me on the community at http://community.mims.com/general/14739/patients-treated-by-foreign-educated-doctors-less-likely-to-die-study-finds. . There are a few comments by the users that you can read. It is undeniable that the foreign trained physicians form a important part of the US medical system, however, th...
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