Russia may once have been the enemy—part of the “evil empire,” as Ronald Reagan put it—but that was then. Now, Russian President Vladimir Putin, who’s earned kudos in the West for his support since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, has signed an historic pact with NATO foreign ministers meeting in Reykjavik.
As a physician-in-training, I would like to caution against the approach of immediately immersing first-year medical students into community training without prior or concurrent teaching of the science of medicine (“Building a better doctor,” Cover, May 13).
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