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KANSAS JOURNAL of M E D I C I N E                                                    21xKatsufrakis PJ, Uhler TA, Jones LD. The residency application process:
                                                                                     Pursuing improved outcomes through better understanding of the issues.
STUDENT EXPENSES IN RESIDENCY TRAINING                                               Acad Med 2016; 91(11):1483-1487. PMID: 27627632.
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                                                                                  Keywords: medical students, medical residencies

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