The Ancillary Subcommittee was assigned the responsibility for a number of unrelated educational programs in the health
sciences other than medicine, dentistry, nursing and public health. The common denominator for all of these programs is
the relationship to comprehensive medical care. However, most of these programs relate more closely to a specific area of medical practice than they do to each other. For this reason the Ancillary Subcommittee has had to consider each program individually rather than considering all programs as a common
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