Immigration Reform Needed to Alleviate Doctor Shortages

Dec 18, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: JD Supra

As a spate of recent media reports have noted, patients in the U.S. are waiting longer and longer to get medical care as newer patients gain insurance under state and federal health care reforms.

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Dec 25, 2012
 
Joe Juan Carols wrote:
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My child is studying to be a doctor compliments of the USA taxpayer. She is getting free tuition at a local university plus a Latino only grant.
Latinos are the future of the USA.
ya right, we see all those wonderful things latinos have done for mexihole
CV Compton Shaw

Renton, WA

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Jan 11, 2013
 
Our "affirmative action" policies for minorities and women, our unjust, destructive, and oppressive polices promulgating illegal immigration and unjust legal immigration, and the failure of the government to support medical and nursing students through school and to stable meaningful employment are responsible for both the doctor shortage and the nursing shortage.

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