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What is the difference between a Diplomate and a Fellow in the medical profession

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A diplomate holds a diploma ; especially : a physician qualified to practice in a medical specialty by advanced training and experience in the specialty followed by passing an intensive examination by a national board of senior specialists. A fellow in the medical profession does not not have to have this extra training. A diplomate chooses to.

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