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Dramatic decline in new doctors in New Jersey as other states offer benefits, better insurance and lower taxes

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Posted: Monday, May 3, 2010 7:49 pm

New Jersey’s medical schools might consider giving away bridge fare with their diplomas, since increasing numbers of new doctors are leaving the state after finishing their residencies, according to a survey by the New Jersey Council of Teaching Hospitals.

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