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Doctors from banned nations vital to US care

Immigrant doctors from the six Muslim-majority countries included in President Trump's revised travel ban play a critical role in caring for Americans, especially in many of the Rust Belt and rural areas that voted heavily for the Republican, according to an analysis by graduate students in economics at Harvard University and MIT.

The economists found that these doctors, who handle about 14 million patient visits a year, are unevenly distributed across the country, often settling in areas

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