Here's an email from a former medical student who heard my EconTalk with Russ Roberts. Reprinted anonymously with his permission.Good afternoon Drs. Caplan and Roberts, My name is [redacted] and I recently listened to your conversation on Econtalk regarding education. I wanted to pick your brains regarding the structure and finance of medical education in the US.I recently left medical school after one semester. I spent years and thousands of dollars on tuition, preparing and taking the MCAT, applying to medical school, going on interviews, etc. Ultimately I came to the decision that my heart wasn't 100% in medicine and I was unwilling to pay the opportunity costs.I've actually applied to
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