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Oklahoma leading the way in training Native American doctors

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This is a rendering of the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation being built adjacent to the W.W. Hastings Hospital in Tahlequah. [Provided]
This is a rendering of the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation being built adjacent to the W.W. Hastings Hospital in Tahlequah. [Provided]
TAHLEQUAH — Fewer than one-half percent of U.S. doctors are Native American, but efforts are underway in Oklahoma to enroll more Native Americans in medical school and to bring more physicians to Indian Country. The Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences will open the nation's first college of medicine on tribal land in 2020...
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