President Clinton signs bill funding family practice programs

December 1993
American Family Physician;12/1/1993, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p1347
Academic Journal
Reports that President Bill Clinton has signed the bill that increases funding for family physician practice training programs in 1994. Total amount of funding.


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