Medical associations join forces to get more minorities in field

August 1997
Jet;08/25/97, Vol. 92 Issue 14, p22
Reports that presidents of three medical associations agreed to support increasing and sustaining minorities in medicine. Meeting of Randall C. Morgan of the National Medical Association, Percy Wotton of the American Medical Association, and Elena Rios of the Hispanic Medical Association; Agreements reached.


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