Medicare Patients treated by doctors from foreign medical sc
Dr. Kalpan Desai
Medicare Patients treated by doctors from foreign medical schools had a 5% lower chance of dying than those treated by U.S. medical graduates
"Say I’m in a hospital and the doctor comes in to treat me and the doctor’s from China or India, I’ll think, 'Well, good, good, good. More of that.'" Indeed, here is more of that. A study recently published in journal BMJ seems to support CK's "mild racism" by showing that Medicare patients treated by doctors from foreign medical schools had a 5% lower chance of dying than those treated by U.S. medical graduates.
Indeed, here is more of that. A study recently published in journal BMJ seems to support CK's "mild racism" by showing that Medicare patients treated by doctors from foreign medical schools had a 5% lower chance of dying than those treated by U.S. medical graduates.

Coincidentally, this study came out in the week after President Donald Trump signed an executive order blocking entry of people from seven predominantly Muslim countries, which has ended up affecting many immigrant doctors and has caused many to protest and say, "Bad, bad, bad. Less of that."...

http://www.forbes.com/sites/brucelee/2017/02/04/study-suggests-that-immigrant-doctors-provide-better-care-than-u-s-doctors/#5c491929449d
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