Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (NJMS) announced this weekend that its 192 final-year students will graduate early and be eligible to begin their residencies and provide critical health care as the world combats the global COVID-19 pandemic. The students would have normally completed their required courses in April and then graduated in May. Instead, 154 will graduate on April 10 and the rest will graduate on April 21. To read the full article.
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