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Part One: Residency programs and medical practices drew them to Tennessee. Then came Dobbs.


“It is a consideration for many folks in admission to residency. And, for faculty recruitment, it makes it harder,” Dr. Scott Strome, University of Tennessee’s Health Science Center executive dean and vice chancellor for clinical affairs in Memphis, said. “The offenses here are criminal offenses. As physicians, that is a scary word. We are kind of a rule-following group, so when you attach the word ‘criminal,’ it’s going to scare some folks away.”

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