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Comparison of MD and DO in the United States

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  1. MD qualification training is by far the most widely available and recognized type of medical training

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. This article discusses similarities and differences between doctors of osteopathic medicine and doctors of medicine in the United States

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  3. There is disagreement on the extent of the difference between osteopathic and allopathic medicine

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  4. Holders of a DO are known as osteopathic physicians, while holders of an MD are sometimes referred to as allopathic physicians when a distinction is made by osteopaths, although this term is not universally accepted (and is considered pejorative by s

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  5. According to the Cecil Textbook of Medicine, 22 ed., other than teaching manipulation, medical training for an osteopathic degree (DO) is now virtually indistinguishable from that which leads to the MD degree

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