Ironically, Trump’s executive order could most reduce the number of doctors in regions with high percentages of Trump supporters—the Rust Belt and Appalachia—according to researchers at Harvard Medical School and MIT. A few hundred doctors from the six countries named in Trump’s executive order may “not be able to begin medical residencies this year unless waivers are granted,” reports NBC News.
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