Should medical school be shortened to three years? Some programs try fast tracking.

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Health & Science: Science News, Health News, Scientific Developments, Healthcare & Nutrition – The Washington Post
Should medical school be shortened to three years? Some programs try fast tracking.

For Travis Hill, it was an offer too good to refuse. Last year when the 30-year-old neuroscientist was admitted to a new program at NYU School of Medicine that would allow him to complete medical school in only three years and guarantee him a spot in its neurosurgery residency, he seized it. Not only would Hill save about $70,000 — the cost of tuition and living expenses for the fourth year of medical school — he would also shave a year off the training that will consume the next decade of his life.

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