Hospitals and medical schools are trying to encourage Latino students, who often face financial and social obstacles, to become physicians for California's growing Spanish-speaking population. Sammy Caiola scaiola@sacbee.com
Hospitals and medical schools are trying to encourage Latino students, who often face financial and social obstacles, to become physicians for California's growing Spanish-speaking population. Sammy Caiola scaiola@sacbee.com

Health & Medicine

January 12, 2017 4:00 AM

Where are California’s Latino doctors? New programs try to grow next generation

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