AAMCNews & Insights AAMCNews Solving medical mysteries: Physicians and researchers collaborate to study the most challenging cases September 29, 2022 AAMCNews Lyme disease is on the rise. Why is there still no vaccine? Two decades after a vaccine was withdrawn, scientists are producing medicines to prevent a disease that afflicts nearly half a million people each year. September 22, 2022 AAMCNews How sewage surveillance is helping spot disease outbreaks early Widespread wastewater testing began during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, public health officials are expanding their efforts to look for other diseases. September 20, 2022 AAMCNews The myth of health inequities: changing the narrative around racism in health Journalist and author Linda Villarosa unveils how racism — more than socioeconomic status or personal behavior — drives inequities. 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Here’s what you need to know. April 28, 2022 AAMCNews Francis Collins, MD, PhD, reflects on his tenure — and his legacy After 12 years as director of the National Institutes of Health, Collins muses on the pandemic, this country's divisions, and the future of biomedical research. December 16, 2021 Insights Three-year medical school programs are growing. Here’s why Student debt and physician shortages are fueling three-year med school options. One leader explains how they work and how to know if you’re a good candidate. October 14, 2021 AAMCNews These physicians work in underserved communities. The National Health Service Corps helps make that financially feasible New funding for the National Health Service Corps will bolster the program’s ability to help physicians work in underserved communities. June 24, 2021 AAMCNews They served on the COVID-19 front lines. Now these emergency medicine doctors can't find jobs. Usually, emergency medicine residents fend off recruiters. This year, they’re barely getting calls back. Here's how COVID-19 has upended EM job prospects. February 25, 2021 AAMCNews Feeding future doctors: Universities work to alleviate food insecurity among medical students Data on food insecurity among medical students is sparse, but researchers think it’s a growing concern amid the pandemic. Schools are working to help. January 14, 2021 AAMCNews 7 ways to reduce medical school debt Loan repayment programs. Smart budgeting strategies. Fee assistance programs. Young doctors have many resources as they embark on a medical career. October 14, 2020 AAMCNews Taking the Sting Out of Medical School Debt Medical students and young doctors are taking advantage of multiple programs and strategies to ease the burden of their education debt. April 4, 2017 Collection Medical School Affordability and Student Aid Despite the expense, more students choose to pursue a career in medicine. Explore how academic medicine is keeping medical school affordable.