U.S. Ultimatum Could Transform Israeli Medical Schools

Only a few people in the Israeli health care system seem to be aware of the existence and importance of a crucial decision made by the US Department of Education

Ronny Linder
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Hundreds of Israeli doctors go abroad each year for a fellowship – most of them to U.S. hospitals, which are considered the best in the world. Many others leave for shorter advanced study courses to learn a new technique or to specialize in technologies and procedures still unknown or at least uncommon in Israel. When they return home they become experts who advance public medicine in the country. 

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