Mary Rimsza

University of Arizona College of Medicine

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Professor at the University of Arizona College of Medicine and head of the Committee on Pediatric Workforce of the American Academy of Pediatrics

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America's shortage of doctors has been growing for years, and the  Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act  is going to make it much worse.

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