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April 1, 2015 12:00 AM

First, do no harm to UW’s top-ranked medical school

The recent news that the University of Washington remains the nation’s top ranked medical school in primary care, and family and rural medicine, as it has for more than two decades, is recognition we can all cheer. Whether the Legislature decides to spend resources on WSU’s new medical school or not, lawmakers must protect the nation’s No. 1 public medical school with a “do no harm” stance.

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