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In the US it means Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine and is very similar to a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree, although it is a slightly different training program with additional emphasis on wellness and preventive care of the human body and sometimes with use of some manipulation (like Chiropractors do) of spinal, bone and joint position. Their licenses allow them to do basically all the same functions of an MD, such as prescription of medications, surgery, and specialty training.
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