Young surgeons face high debt, financial instability

(Reuters Health) – As the costs of medical school and training continue to rise, young surgeons often face debt burdens that make it difficult for them to start their careers and pay off their loans, according to a new study.

“Most people who go into medicine are scientifically-oriented and want to take care of people,” said Dr. Bruce Harms of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison. “The financial picture isn’t their focus at this point in their careers.”

“We’re trying to understand how deep the problem of personal financial health is so…

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