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An individual who completed medical school in a foreign country and was subsequently denied entrance to a domestic residency program does not have the right to a limited license under Michigan law, the Michigan Court of Appeals, held August 18 (Murphy-Dubay vs. Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs). The court affirmed a trial court's dismissal.
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