Part Two: Rural Track Pipeline Program Aims to Address Physician Shortage

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As rural Missouri faces a shortage of physicians, there’s an effort to bring not only doctors – but leading-edge care – to small towns.

Through the University of Missouri School of Medicine’s Rural Track Pipeline Program, medical students do rotations in smaller communities like Branson. There, they train under physicians like Dr. Diane Cornelison at CoxHealth, learning precision medicine techniques.

See how personalized medicine could benefit rural Missouri.

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