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How long will it take to become a successful pediatrician?

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2005-10-21 02:23:25
2005-10-21 02:23:25

•4 years of college •4 years of medical school •1 year of an internship in pediatrics •2 years of a pediatric residency •Atleast 3 years of trainingIn total it takes atleast 14 years to become a successful pediatrician

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