Medics owe more cash

December 23, 2005

Medicine graduates are facing larger debt than ever, research has revealed. The British Medical Association's annual student finance survey shows that by the final year of their degrees, medical students owe an average of £22,365, an increase of 17 per cent on last year's figure.

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