Poor Countries Subsidizing Health Care in Canada

While Canada and other rich countries fill doctor quotas at the expense of poor countries' health care, the U.S. remains the ultimate vacuum cleaner for medical professionals.

Sarah McGregor
Published: Wednesday, 11/16/2005 12:00 am EST

Nearly one in four physicians licensed in Canada is an international medical graduate, according to the first-ever study of the absorption of foreign-schooled doctors, into rich, English-speaking countries.

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