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MD Anderson trainees: The next generation

Annual Report - Winter 2013

MD Anderson has a rich tradition of preparing the next generation of physicians, scientists, nurses and allied health professionals through a range of educational programs.

The first formal training program began in 1949, when four histotechnology students learned how to prepare human or animal tissue samples for microscopic examination. Since then, MD Anderson has trained more than 91,000 people.

All data in the infographic below is for fiscal year 2012.

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Infographic: Michael Clarke

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