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By Michael Johns & Edward Miller, Baltimore Sun - January 3, 2010

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Drs. Hohns and Miller are absolutely correct. In order to encourage more medical students to go into family practice and internal medicine, I would support a tax exemption on the first $50,000 of income for anyone in these fields, and extend this also to nurse practitioners and physician's assistants. We need more front line health care providers to keep the population healthy and to encourage attention to disease prevention. (I would exempt from these benefits practitioners in the so called "concierge practices" who limit their patient load by requiring large subscription payments in advance).

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