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Whittico, J.M., Jr. ; National Medical Association, St. Louis, Mo.

This paper outlines some of the principal problems preventing the delivery of adequate health care to all people in the United States. Important among these is the insufficient number of physicians and medical students, particularly from minority groups. These problems must be overcome before the advancements achieved through the joint efforts of medicine and technology can effectively reach all sectors of the population.

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Proceedings of the IEEE  (Volume:57 ,  Issue: 11 )