Graduate debt a harsh reality

Large sums of graduate debt are a harsh reality of practicing medicine for the majority of new physicians.

With almost $200,000 in median debt, managing student loans in a smart manner can save you tens of thousands of dollars. The complex and changing variety of loan repayment programs presents a unique challenge for many physicians. Fortunately, loan repayment is much simpler than the Krebs cycle, and is understandable with a little education.

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By:  Jesse Richards, DO / Medical Economics / May 16, 2017