One potential reason physicians of color are far too rare

One potential reason physicians of color are far too rare

Overemphasizing test scores may make radiation oncology residency programs too white, according to a new study by researchers at Thomas Jefferson University.

Radiation oncology, like most other medical specialties, has a dearth of minority doctors and doctors-in-training. That's a problem for numerous reasons, among them that studies show patients often feel more confident in physicians with whom they can identify.

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