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June 11, 1932

Medical Examinations in Kansas.

JAMA. 1932;98(24):2148. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730500114018

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Abstract

—In The Journal of April 23, a statement was made that six states, including Kansas, must offer the easiest examinations since these states had had no failures for five years. Dr. C. H. Ewing, secretary of the State Board of Medical Registration and Examination in Kansas, writes that Kansas does not permit members of any cults to take examinations of the medical board and that no applicant is permitted to take the examination who is not a graduate of a class A medical school. Hence there have been no failures.

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