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FPD: Who Might Benefit If It Passes?

Ultimately we need to decide on the FPD based on whether it will help our profession by creating more jobs. Might it make life easier for graduates, who by various estimates get out of our profession within five years of graduating at a 50-80% rate? In other words most graduates fail in their practices-at least half and possibly three-quarters or more:can the FPD change this awful statistic?

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  1. Just to clarify, I’m not against technology or innovation:

    I use insertion tubes.  (And internet tubes.)

     

  2. No no!

    See, this is how rumors get spread.  What really happened is he’s been eating onions under the light of the full moon.  I think it’s some kind of Reclinist ritual.