California University fast tracks medical student training, thanks to USD 1 million grant

August 7, 2014 7:26 PM

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California University fast tracks medical student training, thanks to USD 1 million grant

In a big development for students studying medicine in California, the University of California at Davis Medical School has decided to fast track the training process, enabling the students to practice medicine after three years of completion of their training.

According to the University officials, the American Medical Association (AMA) has made a five-year grant of USD 1 million, which will allow the medical students to complete their training course earlier.

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