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Growing Number Of America's Future Doctors Skip Class

It’s becoming increasingly common for medical students to cut class. Instead of going to lectures, they’ll watch recordings or use unsanctioned online resources to prepare for national licensing exams.

Here & Now‘s Lisa Mullins talks with¬†Orly Nadell Farber¬†(@OrlyFarber), rising second-year medical student at Stanford Medical School and reporting intern for STAT.

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